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The MOSI warehouse building

Carmody Groarke and HAT on shortlist for £4m MOSI gallery

Carmody Groarke and HAT Projects are among six outfits shortlisted for a new £4 million temporary exhibitions gallery inside Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI)

Gareth Hoskins Architects' revised proposals for the Royal High School site on Calton Hill in Edinburgh - submitted for planning in September 2015

Conservationists 'ignored' over Hoskins' Calton Hill plans

The Edinburgh World Heritage Trust claims its advice has been ignored by the Hoskins Architects-led design team working on proposals for the city’s unused Royal High School on Calton Hill

AL_A submitted plans for a new courtyard and underground extension at the V&A museum in Exhibition Road, south Kensington (April 2012)

V&A advertises for members’ room design role

The Victoria & Albert (V&A) Museum in London is on the hunt for an architect for a new £1.3 million members’ room

Sutton town centre

Architecture 00 team bags Sutton town centre masterplan

A team which includes Architecture 00 and Allies and Morrison has won the job to masterplan the town centre of Sutton in outer London


Architecture Foundation brings Outer London Day Festival to Greenwich

Architects, historians and writers, including Will Self and Hanif Kureishi, will discuss and celebrate London’s rapidly transforming periphery at a major event in Greenwich this weekend

S'pace Architecture's energy from waste plant

S’pace Architecture's £100m energy to waste dome shelved

Waste firm Veolia has announced it will not challenge a ministerial decision to refuse its plans for a domed £100m energy from waste plant in Hertfordshire


Arup Associates transforms Broadgate Circle

Arup Associates has released the first photographs of its recently completed revamp of the central arena within London’s 1980s Broadgate office complex

Middleport Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Video: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios on the regeneration of Middleport Pottery

Watch Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios’ Tim Greensmith and Charlie Wellingham describe the regeneration of a grade II*-listed Victorian pottery in Middleport

Lambeth Town Hall model

Cartwright Pickard bags planning for large-scale Lambeth plans

Proposals for a multi-building redevelopment of Brixton’s civic quarter, designed by Cartwright Pickard Architects, have won the backing of councillors

Fuel station of the future by Foster + Partners and Nissan - August 2015

Fosters to create ‘fuel station of the future’ for Nissan

Foster + Partners has teamed up with car manufacturer Nissan to work on designs for the ‘fuel station of the future’

Snape Maltings in Suffolk

Shiro shortlisted for £50k Snape Maltings sculptural installation

Shiro Studio is among three firms vying for an outdoor sculpture for children at Snape Maltings in Suffolk


FCBS's Southbank revamp wins £4.9m funding

The Southbank Centre in London has scooped a £4.9 million grant, paving the way for the refurbishment of the Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room

Gareth Hoskins Architects' revised proposals for the Royal High School site on Calton Hill in Edinburgh - submitted for planning in September 2015

Hoskins reveals 'fundamental' redesign of Calton Hill scheme

Hoskins Architects has unveiled new images of plans to convert one of Edinburgh’s most sensitive landmarks, the historic Royal High School on Calton Hill, into a 147-room hotel


Hyde + Hyde wins planning for Welsh home

Hyde + Hyde has won planning for a new house on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales

London skyline

Activists launch counter-regeneration whistleblowing site

Activists are set to launch a ‘whistleblowing’ website allowing architects to anonymously leak information about development projects

Glenigan Index - Sept 2015

Private sector work on the up

The UK’s private sector construction sector is showing signs of life, but is being held back by stagnation in the public sector market, according to new figures


Separating sheep and scapegoats


Ian Martin is punished by the Auteurs Regulatory Board


Corbynmania continues to dominate the leadership debate


Let us know what you think about the Labour leadership contest and the rise of Jeremy Corbyn, says Will Hurst


We need to turn our attention to London's outer boroughs


We urgently need to explore new models for housing and public space in London’s rapidly developing suburbs, says Ellis Woodman


Spitalfields Trust: 'There's a fundamental failure of understanding'


Oliver Leigh-Wood of The Spitalfields Trust hits back at claims the campaigning conservation group had pedalled ‘mistruths’ about British Land’s rejected proposals for Norton Folgate

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