McAslan Bursary gives £15,000 to schemes around the world
This year's McAslan Bursary, set up by John McAslan to support schemes with an environmental and community agenda, has been awarded to four projects around the world - including a scheme in Transylvania, Romania being undertaken by Architects for Aid (see our Architects for Aid blog at www.ajplus.co.uk/aid ).
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