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  • Comment on: Architects welcome Corbyn victory

    Cthululu's comment 14 September, 2015 12:42 pm

    Since when were journalists (or anyone) unbiased? I certainly welcome it. And as AJ point out, 74% of architects in their survey would vote for Corbyn as first choice.

  • Comment on: TfL boss orders Garden Bridge review

    Cthululu's comment 22 June, 2015 9:25 am

    Wow 10% wouldn't that be nice, try 2-5% Michael :(

  • Comment on: Let's use our influence wisely

    Cthululu's comment 17 June, 2015 9:09 am

    Paul - The protesters are well aware that it is the developers who hold most of the power - the reason they protest architects is because they think they will listen to them. Its easy to say architects have no influence over housing policy, but if they actually acted together as a profession instead of undercutting each other on fees constantly, you would be surprised. Refusing unethical work, unpaid competitions and not working for minuscule fees would be a start, but it needs to be led by RIB, ARB and the AJ120

  • Comment on: General election 2015: the profession reacts

    Cthululu's comment 12 May, 2015 10:35 am

    Looks like it Kevan, and I am interested to know why you think that

  • Comment on: End this 'slaughter' of cyclists by construction lorries, says Murray

    Cthululu's comment 16 April, 2015 5:09 pm

    I don't think it is useful pointing the finger - There are idiots in cars and idiots on bikes. The difference is if you get hit on a bike you are far more likely to die. Busy roads simply are not safe for cycling, and they aren't going to get any safer with more and more people using them. Proper bike routes AWAY from the road are inevitable, so we should be designing them into our cities and towns as much as possible now.

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