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    Weekend roundup: Will RIBA be the undoing of Boris Johnson?Subscription

    Opinion28 September, 2019

    This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous Calls grow to strip Boris Johnson of honorary fellowship • ARB fines ’new Zaha’ after window error • Architects on TV • Adjaye to design Abu Dhabi interfaith centre • Council rejects HTA’s Hoover neighbour

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    HTA's controversial tower block behind Hoover Building rejectedSubscription

    News23 September, 2019

    HTA Design’s controversial proposal to build a 22-storey tower behind the Hoover Building in north-west London has been rejected by Ealing Council

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    Weekend roundup: A bridge you say?Subscription

    Opinion14 September, 2019

    Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Prime minister considers Scotland/NI crossing • Anger over HTA block behind Hoover Building • Fosters posts record turnover • AJ launches RetroFirst campaign

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    HTA sparks anger with plans for tower block behind Hoover Building Subscription

    News10 September, 2019

    HTA Design is facing a backlash over its plans to build a 22-storey tower behind the Hoover Building in north-west London, with campaigners arguing it will ‘desecrate’ the Art Deco landmark

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    Spring clean: Interrobang completes renovation of Hoover factorySubscription

    Building11 April, 2018

    The listed Art Deco landmark in west London – until lately disused and unloved – now houses 66 apartments