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Architects had to wait an average of 10 weeks to be paid in 2014

New data shows architects waiting 11 days longer to be paid

Architects had to wait an average of 10 weeks to be paid in 2014 - an increase of 17 per cent on the last figures reported in 2008

Hawkins\Brown's office in St John St

Architects welcome RIBA plans to strengthen chartered criteria

Architects have welcomed plans by the RIBA to strengthen the criteria for chartered practices to help root out inequality and promote diversity in the profession

Manser Greenwich terminal

Manser Practice reveals plans for London's first cruise liner terminal

The Manser Practice has submitted plans for a mixed-use development in Greenwich including a new international cruise terminal

Zaha Hadid Oxford

Zaha unwraps polished steel Middle East Centre extension

Zaha Hadid Architects has completed its long-awaited extension to the Middle East Centre at St Antony’s College, Oxford

RIBA building HQ

RIBA survey shows rise in staff levels at UK practices

Staff levels at UK practices have risen by six per cent in a year according to RIBA’s latest Future Trends Workload Index.

Hall McKnight LDF pavilion

What to see at London Festival of Architecture 2015

The AJ’s guide of what to see at the capital’s month-long celebration of architecture

Bruce Martin

Obituary: Bruce Martin (1917 – 2015)

Architect and designer of the K8 telephone box Bruce Martin has died, aged 97


Nominations open for City of London Building of the Year

The City of London has invited nominations for the inaugural City of London Building of the Year award

The Peterborough Lift Lock. Image by Danauf

Heneghan Peng vying for Canadian Canoe Museum

Heneghan Peng Architects has been shortlisted in the international design competition for a new £12.5 million Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough, Ontario

The end-of-year show at Leicester School of Architecture, De Montfort University

Don't miss them: full 2015 student show listings

Full listings for this year’s student shows at all the RIBA accredited UK schools of architecture

Battersea Power Station Phase 4A designed by Patel Taylor

Patel Taylor unveils designs for Battersea affordable homes

Patel Taylor and John Thompson & Partners (JTP) have revealed plans for 374 new affordable homes as part of the fourth phase of the redevelopment of Battersea Power station

MRG Studio

New practice: MRG Studio

The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at those who have recently decided to go it alone

Sauerbruch Hutton Fletcher Priest New Ludgate

Sauerbruch Hutton and Fletcher Priest complete City offices

Sauerbruch Hutton and Fletcher Priest have completed this 30,700m2 office scheme next to the Old Bailey in the City of London

Gozo cruise terminal

Chapman Taylor to design Maltese cruise terminal

Chapman Taylor’s Milan studio has won a competition to design a new €300m cruise terminal and leisure complex on the Island of Gozo, Malta.

Design Engine Winchester chapel

Design Engine reveals Winchester chapel plans

Design Engine has revealed plans to extend and renovate the University of Winchester’s Victorian Chapel

Peabody Avenue by Haworth Tompkins

Thousands of London council homes to be sold to fund Right to Buy

Four London boroughs have warned that more than 3,500 council homes will need to be sold to fund the government’s controversial Right-to-Buy extension


A sense of placenta


Ian Martin discovers expedience follows form follows function follows global branding

Scotland map

If the Scottish Government is serious about architecture, some wrongs will need righting


It will take more than RIAS’s festival fun to boost public confidence in Scotland’s built environment, says Rory Olcayto


Architects need to be energy fluent to get the best from engineers


Last week’s debate on energy literacy at Bristol’s Architecture Centre revealed conflicting views between academics and practitioners. Hattie Hartman reports

Singapore National Gallery

WAF makes the world go round


With the World Architecture Festival moving into top gear, WAF director Paul Finch’s week reflects the global reach of the event

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