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London housing-space standards set to go nationwide

Ministers have floated proposals to allow local planning authorities across England to adopt the minimum housing-space standards that already apply in London

PRP Architects

PRP wins planning for Croydon towers

[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] PRP has won planning for a pair of residential towers in Croydon

Glasgow. Image by John Lindie

Architect sought for Glasgow social housing job

Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association is on the lookout for an architect for a new residential scheme in Glasgow

Thomastown, Kilkenny. Image by Humphrey Bolton

Architect sought for Thomastown special needs housing

Camphill Communities of Ireland is on the hunt for an architect to design five houses for young adults with learning disabilities in Thomastown, Kilkenny

Doone Silver Architects' 63 Compton

Doone Silver Architects completes Clerkenwell apartments

Newly-formed east London-based Doone Silver Architects has completed this 600m² apartment building in Clerkenwell, London

View across Royal Victoria Dock - winning proposal by dRMM

dRMM wins Royal Docks ‘floating village’

A consortium including architect dRMM has been picked to develop a mixed-use ‘floating village’ of 50 homes in east London’s Royal Docks.

Hodder & Partners Architects, Cambridge Street in Manchester

Hodder wins planning for Manchester towers

Hodder & Partners has won the go-ahead for this 282-home tower scheme close to Manchester’s Oxford Road station


Max headroom

By exploiting volume, we can build homes with 25 per cent extra floor space - and help tackle the housing crisis, writes Roger Zogolovitch

Mae Brentford Lock

Mae scoops second phase of Brentford Lock housing

Mae has been appointed for the second phase of the regeneration at Brentford Lock in West London


Right side of the tracks: Mint Street by Pitman Tozer

Pitman Tozer’s Mint Street housing for Peabody is an ingenious and handsome response to its noisy viaduct location, writes Ellis Woodman

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