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AJ in the media

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Stories and campaigns in the AJ that have been picked up elsewhere in the press and broadcast media

November 2014

The Observer runs a leader focusing on the London Skyline campaign: The Observer’s view on London’s skyline

The Telegraph picks up on the AJ’s WSP roundtable: We don’t have a housing crisis (as long as you don’t mind living above a prison)


October 2014

Evening Standard picks up the AJ’s report that Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners was planning a move into the recently completed, Rogers-designed Leadenhall Building: Cheesegrater architect Richard Rogers plans to move firm into the skyscraper.

The Guardian covers the AJ’s story of the legal claims faced by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners due to problems at the Oxley Woods housing estate: Architect Richard Rogers faces £5m legal claim over leaky houses.

Acting deputy editor Will Hurst contributes to a story in The Times which picks up on the AJ’s report of legal action mounted against Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners due to problems at Oxley Woods housing estate: Drip, drip of bad news for Rogers and partners.


September 2014

Evening Standard picks up on the AJ’s report that Thomas Heatherwick was planning two major touring exhibitions of North America and Asia: 2012 cauldron designer Thomas Heatherwick to tour the world


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