When students from the Un ivers ity of East London move to their exciting new campus in the Royal Docks next year, there will be one group that will not be benefiting from the exciting Ted Cullinan complex - the school of architecture.
When consulted about their requirements, the architects insisted on having a separate building, immune from contamination by any other discipline. So when the accommodation had to be trimmed, the architects' block was the easy one to get rid of, condemning them to life outside Docklands . . .