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All the news you need from the world of architecture breaks daily on www.ajplus. co. uk. To get your news first activate your online subscription at www. ajplus. co. uk/activate For login details call 020 7505 8623

THURSDAY 8 JUNE - Renowned American landscape architect Martha Schwartz (right) sets up home in London - Detailed 2012 London Olympic planning application to be lodged by end of year - Three-strong shortlist for first-ever international Lubetkin Prize unveiled (see pages 16-17) - International star Cesar Pelli set to design a 22-storey tower in Liverpool

FRIDAY 9 JUNE - Le Corbusier's Chandigarh masterwork finally set to be -nished (left) - Last-ditch bid to save Fortress House from bulldozers goes unanswered - Quinlan Terry to design Poundbury's Queen Mother's Square - Architect charged over Legionnaires' deaths 'was responsible for deadly air-conditioning unit', court hears

MONDAY 12 JUNE - Tate Britain launches search for architect to mastermind gallery redevelopment - More problems for Tony Blair's agship City Academies as costs spiral (see pages 12-13) - Cullinan wins consent for turbines in Islington conservation area - Alison Brooks is sole British survivor in international sustainable steel housing contest

TUESDAY 13 JUNE - Government report claims controversial design codes increase standards - MP calls for architectural competition for House of Commons redesign - Shoreditch furniture warehouse listing welcomed by campaigners (right) - Five firms mak final cut on Coleraine museum competition

WEDNESDAY 14 JUNE - Famous problem-riddled Brutalist 1970 Pimlico school to be demolished - Surface architects sees off big names to win Bedford School competition (left) - Further row hits ARB over cost of external examinations - Design work 'starts' on Olympic Yachting centre - but no architects in sight

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