Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Stirling shortlist • Tim Ronalds dumped at Bradford • Grayson Perry • Grenfell police interviews • Haringey regen axed • Railway museum contest scrapped
The latest AJ focuses on homes, with building studies of Tonkin Liu’s RIBA National Award-winning Old Shed New House in North Yorkshire; Mole Architects’ Fijal House in Cambridgeshire; and a house in Hollybrook Grove, Dublin, by David Leech Architects. We also look at why so few Country House Clause projects win planning approval. PLUS a Yorkshire parliament concept wins the top architecture prize at the RA ...
Value management, increasingly referred to in the uk construction industry since the 1980s, is a means of getting value for money - not simply a cost-cutting exercise but a way of adding value to a project.
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