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Issue : September 2008

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  • HKS's project to build a new stadium for Liverpool FC at Stanley Park

    Housing minister demands action on Liverpool stadium plansSubscription

    News22 August, 2011

    Housing minister Grant Shapps has written to Liverpool Football Club demanding a quick decision on plans for the club’s future home

  • Sheppard Robson's One Mitre Square project in the City of London

    Sheppard Robson scoops planning for 20-storey city officesSubscription

    News11 July, 2011

    Sheppard Robson has landed planning permission for this 25,000m² office scheme in the City of London

  • Hire or fire

    Hire or fire?Subscription

    Business15 February, 2009

    The AJ answers your questions on recruiting in the credit crunch

  • Rogers Stirk Harbour

    Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners hits back at CABE's Wood Wharf criticismsSubscription

    News30 September, 2008

    Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has hit back at claims by CABE that its massive, high-rise Wood Wharf scheme on the Isle of Dogs in East London could create a ‘ghetto’.

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    Preview of the Turner Prize 08 exhibition Subscription

    Culture30 September, 2008

    'Is it all a fix?' read the placard belonging to art group, The Stuckists, who were yesterday handing out leaflets reading 'The Turner Prize is crap' outside the Tate Gallery's Turner Prize Exhibition. The mannequins on the loo, collages of other artist's work and a film of an elegantly-maniqured lady smashing bone china that are part of the four shortlisted artists work, will ensure that The Turner Prize continues to be controversial. Before you make up your own mind about the work, ...

  • Studio BAAD

    Council turns down Studio BAAD's controversial Hebden Bridge schemeSubscription

    News30 September, 2008

    Studio BAAD’s controversial ‘wonky’ homes scheme in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, which sparked an intimidation campaign against the firm, has been rejected by the local authority.

  • Youmeheshe

    Dust extractor revealed as culprit in Cutty Sark blazeSubscription

    News30 September, 2008

    The fire that ripped through the Cutty Sark last May was started by electrical equipment being left on over the weekend.

  • Architecture and Des

    Scottish government to review design watchdogSubscription

    News30 September, 2008

    The Scottish government has announced it will carry out a review of the country’s design watchdog, Architecture and Design Scotland (A+DS).

  • David Keith talks ab

    Thinking about geo-engineeringSubscription

    Archive30 September, 2008

    The participants on the Cape Farewell voyage were asked to respond to a talk by David Keith at Ted.com about geo engineering. Sunand's response was as follows.

  • The Grigory Mikheev

    Discussing white balance with Lemn SissaySubscription

    Archive30 September, 2008

    On the chartered plane on the way to Kangerlussuac to meet the boat I am sitting next to the Lemn Sissay, who writes witty and beautiful poetry amazingly quickly. He is reading poetry and I am reading my new camera manual, which sums up a few things.

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