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Construction work on AHMM’s new retail, office and apartment building at 61 Oxford Street is nearing completion
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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
BDP has revealed the first images of its proposed €650 million New Children’s Hospital (NCH) in Dublin
Burrell Mistry has employed the ‘country house’ clause to help win planning approval for this new 1,263m² home in Ewhurst, Surrey
Campaign group SAVE Britain’s Heritage has launched a petition calling on King’s College London to shelve the controversial redevelopment of its campus off The Strand
The AJ has been shortlisted in four key categories of the Periodical Publishers Association (PPA) Awards - the most prestigious accolades in magazine publishing
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