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The AJ has identified the top 12 architectural challenges facing the new government.

They are:

Will design be brought to the forefront of the PFI process?

Will the second round of PFI hospitals be better designed?

A decision on the national football stadium.

The future of the planned athletics stadium at Picketts Lock.

A decision on Heathrow's Terminal 5.

Will Terry Farrell's design for the new Home Office building achieve the government's aspirations for architecture?

Is there to be a consistent planning guideline on tall buildings?

What is the future of Railtrack's planned station improvements?

How will the planning system be reformed?

Will sustainability regulations be tightened?

Can urban brownfield sites sustain the bulk of the housebuilding programme?

Will construction be transferred to the DTI?

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