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RIBA APPROVED Details are available from the RIBA Competitions Office, 6 Melbourne Street, Leeds LS2 7PS, tel 0113 234 1335, fax 0113 246 0744, e-mail riba. competitions@mail. riba. org

CRAWLEY LIBRARY Expressions of interest are invited for a competition to complete a feasibility study for a mixed-use development in Crawley town centre. The multimillion-pound development will include a new library, housing, car parking and possibly retail.Deadline is 8 April.

ANNS GROVE SCHOOL Expressions of interest are invited for a competition to select an architect-led design team for a new primary school in Sheffield. Selection will be by competitive interview. Architects interested in sustainable design, regeneration and the education sector are encouraged to apply.

The deadline is 16 April.

SOCIAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN MANCHESTER Architects are sought for the design of social housing in New Islington, Manchester.The area is a Millennium Communities Regeneration initiative.

Selection of the architect will be by competitive interview.

Application deadline is 15 April.

STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION wood. for good invites submissions for an open ideas competition, based on an imaginary inner-city site. The competition is open to students of architecture and those in relevant associated disciplines.

Submission deadline June 2003.

EUROPAN 7: SUBURBAN CHALLENGE, URBAN INTENSITY AND HOUSING DIVERSITY In response to the 'dispersed town' urban model, there is a new will to revive the traditional planning ethos of European towns. Europan 7 plans to tackle this at the interface between urban planning and architecture.Visit www. europaneurope. com.Deadline is 2 May.

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