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  • HSE in 'picking on profession' rowSubscription

    Archive24 June, 2004

    The case of Neil Vesma, an architect convicted earlier this month of breaching health and safety regulations, has sparked a series of angry responses from his supporters, who claim he has been seriously mistreated.

  • Pearce on track for legal actionSubscription

    Archive24 June, 2004

    A London-based architect is set to seek a judicial review against transport chiefs for snubbing plans for a monorail system for the capital.

  • DCMS set to put bishops in checkSubscription

    Archive17 June, 2004

    The Department for Culture, Media and Sport is considering a major overhaul of the 'ecclesiastical exemption' loophole in planning law, the AJ can reveal.

  • Hackney amasses £1.4m to fund Clissold crusadeSubscription

    Archive3 June, 2004


  • Designs for strifeSubscription

    Archive20 May, 2004

    Designer Martha Schwartz has always provoked awe and anger in equal measure.With a new book on her work already out of date, she shows no sign of slowing down

  • Greenwich stares into spaceSubscription

    Archive18 March, 2004


  • RHWL sets sail with P&O tower?Subscription

    Archive11 March, 2004


  • ARB claims victory in PII row after crunch verdictSubscription

    Archive13 November, 2003

    The ARB aims to put an end to the row over whether it has overstepped its legal powers and duties by publishing a QC's findings that it works within the law.

  • Claws are out for catwalk kings over housing designSubscription

    Archive13 November, 2003

    The latest big-name fashion designer to switch from catwalk creations to housing design has been greeted with catcalls from annoyed architects.

  • Seven up for East End high risesSubscription

    Archive13 November, 2003

    Seven design teams have been shortlisted in an anonymous international competition to design two tower blocks as part of a major regeneration scheme in east London.

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