Ian Ritchie - ApologySubscription
Today's story 'Ritchie rejected in Thames Gateway' was based on a misunderstanding by The Architects' Journal.
Architects warned of scam threatSubscription
Architects in contact with the Office for Government Commerce (OGC) are being warned about a swindle currently being worked by fraudsters.
Liam O'Connor's Classical designs for a new Armed Forces Memorial are starting on site today.
Wembley 'to miss yet another FA Cup deadline'Subscription
Work on Foster and Partners and HOK Sports' new Wembley Stadium project is 'unlikely' to be ready for next year's FA cup final, the contractor Multiplex has admitted to the Australian Stock Exchange.
Architect cleared of 'bug death' chargesSubscription
Council architect Gillian Beckingham has been cleared of manslaughter charges, following the UK's worst outbreak of Legionnaires' Disease.
These are the first images of a new wave of replacement housing schemes in the heart of the massive Elephant and Castle regeneration zone in south London.
An architect facing prosecution over the death of seven people from Legionnaires' disease cancelled a contract that would have ensured tests were carried out to prevent the development of the infection, a court has heard.
Parliament is to be told how the proposed £12 billion Crossrail link under London could still sink Britain's Museum of Immigration and Diversity in Spitalfields, east London.
Architects will struggle to design to budget as new Part L rules take hold, a survey of quantity surveyors has warned.
The row over the extension of the Prince of Wales' model village of Poundbury reignited this week after a local campaign group attacked West Dorset District Council over a new planning document.