Issue : July 2009
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Benson & Forsyth has won planning permission for a ‘five-year regeneration project’ in Islington, north London, which includes two new skyscrapers
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ (RSHP) revised plans for a £135 million extension behind the British Museum were approved by Camden Council last night (17.12.09)
Blackpool says 'I do' for dRMM's Chapel of LoveSubscription
Blackpool Council has approved this new wedding venue under the shadow of the resort’s famous tower
Rory Olcayto enjoyed his part in an awards scheme that has the right judges - and selects the right projects
[FIRST LOOK + FACTFILE] Monkseaton High School near Whitley Bay, by North East-based practice Devereux Architects, has opened its doors
TV presenter Kevin McCloud’s development company HAB, with housing group GreenSquare, has secured planning for a 42-home scheme in Swindon designed by Glenn Howells Architects
A High Court decision that may leave thousands of elderly architects vulnerable to losing their jobs has been met with anger
Alsop shock: 'Art career was ruse, I'm off to RMJM' Subscription
Will Alsop has revealed that his retirement to focus on painting was a smokescreen to conceal a move away from Archial
Boscombe beach hut winner unveiledSubscription
A design called ‘The Seagull and the Windbreak’ by a:b:i:r architects, with designer Peter Francis Lewis, has won of the Boscombe Beach hut contest
LSC confirms cash for final two college schemesSubscription
Walker Simpson Architects’ £27.5 million Manchester College scheme (pictured) and a new £42.8 million combined campus by RMJM in Skelmersdale, have received funding boosts from the Learning and Skills Council (LSC).