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Michael Hammond's stories

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  • Cracking the codeSubscription

    Archive3 June, 2004

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  • Riding to the rescue of the discredited decadeSubscription

    Archive3 June, 2004

    CONCRETE QUARTERLY - HISTORY

  • Theme: plumbing and drainageSubscription

    Archive1 June, 2004

    As increasing concern over water supplies makes the need for efficient use more pressing and technology develops in ever-more sophisticated ways, the provision of plumbing and drainage is becoming increasingly complex

  • Bennetts secures new City squareSubscription

    Archive13 May, 2004

    Bennetts Associates has won planning consent for the redevelopment of New Street Square in London's EC2 area.

  • Fast-track housing proposal sparks Gateway sustainability concernsSubscription

    Archive13 May, 2004

    Alarm bells are ringing in the architectural and planning community over the government's radical moves to accelerate its ambitious housebuilding programme in the Thames Gateway.

  • Court case to fuel asthma claimsSubscription

    Archive13 May, 2004

    A court case in Glasgow is threatening to set a precedent and open the floodgates for insurance claims against architects and builders.

  • Are they Barking mad?Subscription

    Archive29 January, 2004

    As the government presses on with its ambitious Thames Gateway housing development, Michael Hammond asks whether enough consideration has been given to the risks of flooding in these days of rising sea levels, global warming, and erratic rainfall

  • Do three Rs make a right?Subscription

    Archive24 July, 2003

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