I went to the University of Bristol, which had the best school of architecture in Britain in 1970 but was then closed by an ignorant university to save money. I thought Cambridge was cleverer.
I understand that, after careful analysis, the Cambridge School of Architecture cannot achieve a perfect research credit rating. Guess what: neither can Manchester. Are they tackling the wrong problem? Have they missed the question of the fallibility of performance indicators?
Clearly architecture is too difficult for boffins.
Rosemary Aikman, Didsbury, Manchester