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Urban Splash unveils next phase of Park Hill

Developer Urban Splash has released its next phase of housing at the Brutalist Sheffield estate

Brighton i360 groundbreaking

Revealed: Brighton and Bournemouth among new property hotspots

Brighton, Cambridge and Bournemouth boast the most property activity outside of the capital, according to new research

Bennetts University of Edinburgh

Bennetts reveals Edinburgh Uni scheme

Bennetts Associates has revealed plans for the final phase of the University of Edinburgh’s Potterrow development

OMA Foundacion Prada

OMA completes Milan's Fondazione Prada

Rem Koolhaas’ practice OMA has completed this new home for art organisation the Fondazione Prada in Milan

Hudson Architects' Burcroft Minor House - approved 2015

'Country house' clause bonanza, as two more win approval

Hudson Architects and ADAM Architecture have both used the ‘country house’ clause to win planning for major new rural homes  

AHMM's 61 Oxford Street scheme - nearing completion May 2015

Work nears completion on AHMM's Oxford St showstopper

Construction work on AHMM’s new retail, office and apartment building at 61 Oxford Street is nearing completion

WAF breakfast

The new government must urgently tackle housing, say expert panel

A panel of experts including Alison Brooks, Deyan Sudjic, Simon Jenkins, and Paul Morrell have urged the next government to make the UK’s housing shortage its top priority

Foster Dubai design district

Fosters appointed to masterplan Dubai design district

Foster + Partners has been appointed to draw up plans for the second phase of Dubai’s design district

The International Quarter

TfL takes on Rogers' International Quarter building

London’s mayoral transport agency will lease an entire 24,600m2 Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP)-designed office building at Stratford’s The International Quarter.

Election 2015 survey graphs

AJ election survey: No love for coalition as architects back Labour

Architects are backing Labour in next week’s general election and have blasted the coalition’s record on major built-environment policies, according to an exclusive AJ survey

Roisin Heneghan

AJ exclusive: shortlist revealed in contest for new Bath bridge

Heneghan Peng, Amanda Levete and Grimshaw have been named on a six-strong shortlist in the contest to design the first new river crossing in central Bath for more than a century

On the register for more than 10 years: London Road Fire Station

London Road Fire Station sale prompts redevelopment hopes

Manchester’s disused London Road Fire Station has been put up for sale by current owner Britannia Hotels after more than two decades of uncertainty about the Grade II* listed building’s future

Peter Amato

Amato leaves Chinese big hitter after just 10 months

Dalian Wanda’s UK development director Peter Amato has left the organisation only 10 months after taking up the position.

Carl Turner Brixton pop up

On site: Carl Turner's Brixton pop-up

In celebration of International Workers’ Day the AJ takes a look on site at Brixton’s pop-up ‘mini-city’

Chimes, Exeter by David Sheppard Architects

Revealed: Winners of RIBA South West Regional Awards

A wealth of arts and cultural buildings have triumphed in this year’s 2015 RIBA South West Regional Awards

Foster + Partners' UAE pavilion - at the Milan Expo - opened 1 May 2015

Foster completes ‘canyon-like’ pavilion for UAE at Milan Expo

These are the first photographs of Foster + Partners’ United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) pavilion at the Milan Expo in 2015 which opened today

Fionn Stevenson

Stevenson: 'We will always need publicly funded housing'

6-May-2015

Our poor record on housebuilding is directly related to the withdrawal of public finance, says the head of Sheffield School of Architecture, Fionn Stevenson

Sarah Wigglesworth

Addressing older people's housing needs could ease the crisis

5-May-2015

The state needs to intervene to provide truly affordable homes for the whole population, says Sarah Wigglesworth

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Getting in the party moods

4-May-2015

Ian Martin offers some last-minute advice to political strategists

Pre Classical Moscow

Answers to problems of the built environment do not lie in Soviet ideology

3-May-2015

James McLachlan responds to Tony Fretton’s essay on Soviet-era architecture

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