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RIBA Portland Place

RIBA: MPs right to flag up ‘unsustainable development’ fears

The RIBA has said the MP were right to raise concerns that the government’s planning reforms were driving unsustainable and inappropriate development

Houses of Parliament London

NPPF loopholes causing ‘inappropriate and unwanted housing development’

The coalition government’s flagship planning reforms are failing to prevent unsustainable development and are forcing ‘inappropriate and unwanted housing’ on some communities, watchdog MPs have warned.

Swan Heights in Reading

Robert Adam unveils Reading towers scheme

Developer Lochailort Investments has begun consulting on this three-tower housing scheme on the edge of Reading town centre designed by classicists ADAM Architecture

PRP's Wayland House scheme for Network Housing Group in Stockwell, south west London

Network Housing reveals framework architects

Stirling Prize-winner Haworth Tompkins and Weston Williamson are among 17 practices chosen for a high-profile social housing framework in the capital

Brentford Waterside

Green light for Brentford Waterside masterplan

Proposals by AHMM, Glenn Howells Architects and Maccreanor Lavington to regenerate part of west London have won planning permission.


RIBA president: 'Autumn Statement pledges don't go far enough'

RIBA president Stephen Hodder has welcomed chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement pledges on planning reform, housing and infrastrucure, but called on the government to take them further


Mighty neighbourly: Pewsey One by Tony Fretton Architects

Tony Fretton’s Wiltshire housing scheme flies in the face of local sensibilities to create a more sociable development, writes Ellis Woodman. Photography by Peter Cook

HTA Design with Potton

Carillion Igloo unveils designs for pioneering custom-build scheme

The first images of a pioneering custom-build scheme which could be rolled out across the country have been unveiled

Greenock in Scotland. Image by Dave souza

Architect sought for £20m Greenock estate renewal

River Clyde Homes is on the hunt for an architect to overhaul a 600-unit housing estate in central Greenock

The Oaks: Haptic's village entrance

Top UK talents to design Czech housing scheme

Seven British architects among those selected to work on The Oaks, a €400 million, 220-home development on the outskirts of Prague

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