Tag : Sadiq Khan
The chief of the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) has quit following the launch of an inquiry into the spiralling cost of converting Populous’s 2012 Olympic Stadium into the new home for West Ham Football Club
The mayor’s draft London Plan, published last week, has been almost universally welcomed by architects. Ella Braidwood finds out why his vision for the capital has so excited the profession
The 10,800-home Barking Riverside development, masterplanned by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands, is to benefit from a £500 million cash injection
Hodge is right to call out the powerful people behind the Garden Bridge who have dismissed public and expert opinion alike
The Grenfell Tower disaster should not be used to justify large-scale demolition of post-war high-rise housing, leading built environment academics tell London’s mayor
The AJ’s sustainability editor Hattie Hartman has been named among the RIBA’s 14 new honorary fellows
Will Alsop has questioned Sadiq Khan’s decision not to challenge Hounslow Council’s refusal of his 550-home Brentford scheme, after the mayor of London intervened on an adjacent proposal.
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KieranTimberlake’s new US embassy building deserves celebration, whatever you think of Trump, writes Paul Finch
Architect Piers Taylor hit TV screens just before Christmas as one of the contenders on BBC One’s Celebrity Mastermind. Fame-hungry readers will be encouraged to learn that the Invisible Studio founder counts as a celebrity, and one wouldn’t want to spoil this by suggesting it was his role as co-presenter of BBC Two’s ...
The GLA’s recognition of the usefulness of design review is welcome, but raises concerns about the mayor’s powers, says Paul Finch