'I've never had enough work. I don't attract it.I wish I did.
I should be doing lots more. If somebody asked me to build something, I'd jump at it' Cedric Price. Times, 8.7.03
'The first lesson to be learnt [from the Lottery] is that England is resistant to Napoleonic grands projets. Let there be no more eight-digit cheques' Norman Lebrecht. Evening Standard, 9.7.03
'We need to get on with the actual projects now, otherwise people will start to say that Remaking Barnsley is all talk. There are cranes on the skyline up the road in Leeds busy building things. We can't remember the last time we had cranes in Barnsley' Labour council leader Steve Houghton. Guardian, 11.7.03
'an unsatisfactory confusion of historical references and modern technology - a classic example of the compromises forced on architects when working alongside our grand monuments' RCA historians Helen Evenden and Joe Kerr choose Hopkins' Portcullis House as their architectural 'blunder'. Guardian, 14.7.03