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Sheffield's Park Hill in the 1960s

Ivor Smith: What makes a house a home?

The architect of Park Hill Estate, Sheffield on the rules of good housing

SimpsonHaugh and Partners' Buckingham Gate housing scheme - approved June 2015

SimpsonHaugh scoops go-ahead for Westminster Homes

SimpsonHaugh and Partners has won planning for a 14-home scheme in Westminster

Abode, Great Kneighton by Proctor & Matthews Architects

RIBA Awards: ‘Housing no longer needs to be different to get recognised’

Why have housing schemes taken so many RIBA National Awards and what does it mean? The profession reacts.

Hillington Square by Mae

Hillington Square by Mae

Owen Pritchard finds a quiet and effective model of regeneration, at a former unloved estate in Kings Lynn

Park Hill Flats, Sheffield

The housing crisis: how did we get here?

In the first in a series analysing the nation’s housing crisis and examining possible solutions, James Pallister looks at why we are in this mess

new houses

Planning reform 'key' to spurring housebuilding in Scotland, survey finds

The planning system is to blame for the shortage of homes in Scotland, according to new research

McGrath Road back-to-back housing by Peter Barber

Peter Barber reveals Newham back-to-back housing

Peter Barber Architects has revealed plans for back-to-back housing in Stratford, East London

Metropoitan Workshop's proposed new housing tower for Pocket in Wandsworth

Pocket wins planning for first 'micro-flats' tower

Metropolitan Workshop has scooped the go-ahead for this 24-storey tower in south London - the largest scheme to date for micro-housing specialist Pocket Living

Rogers makes final plea for Robin Hood Gardens listing

Richard Rogers has written to more than 300 leading construction industry professionals asking them to support a new listing bid for Robin Hood Gardens

Y Cube by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Mayor of London launches major international housing competition

The Mayor of London and New London Architecture (NLA) have teamed up to launch an international design competition in a bid to solve London’s housing crisis

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