Tag : James Brokenshire
Heritage campaigners have urged the housing secretary to intervene after councillors approved in principle Broadway Malyan’s revised proposals for a 20-storey tower in the heart of Norwich
The government has announced details of its ban on combustible materials and handed local authorities the power to strip deadly cladding from high rise buildings
Housing secretary James Brokenshire has robustly defended Roger Scruton as the ‘right man for the job’ amid calls for him to be sacked from his new role as chair of the government’s beauty watchdog
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Government launches ‘beauty’ watchdog • Maggie’s apologises for competition • Parenting survey
Labour MPs are calling for Roger Scruton to be sacked from his newly appointed role as chair of a housing commission over controversial statements about Jewish people and homosexuality
Philosopher and champion of conservatism Roger Scruton is to head the government’s new Building Better, Building Beautiful commission
Councils could be able to raise more money for housebuilding within days, an official document has revealed.
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Fosters’ Bloomberg HQ wins Stirling Prize • Caruso St John criticises Museum of Childhood changes • Richard Horden dies • Hopkins ITV building axed • Richard Meier steps down
Architects are the ‘guardians of quality’ and have an essential role in creating communities, housing secretary James Brokenshire told the Stirling Prize party in north London on Wednesday night
Housing secretary James Brokenshire has rejected Chapman Taylor’s plans to extend a shopping centre in the South West.