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FootprintWire 21.3.12

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Danish practice EFFEKT win competition to design cancer counseling centre in Denmark

Budget 2012: green measures at a glance, in The Guardian.

RIBA launch guide to building a sustainable architecture practice.

AHMM’s William Street Quarter, Barking gets green light. Energy strategy includes the provision of infrastructure for a future connection to the Barking Heat Main for recycling waste heat. The scheme achieved a Building for Life Gold Standard.

And finally…Danish practice EFFEKT win competition to design cancer counseling centre at Næstved Hospital in Denmark. The project will focus on natural materials and a series of internal courtyards.

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