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The designs by the five anonymous finalists in the international contest to design a sustainable masterplan for London’s Low Line have been unveiled
Crossrail will not open in 2020 and its cost are set to rise by a further £650 million, the project’s head has confirmed
Piercy&Co has joined Grafton Architects on the redevelopment of a 1950s block next to Selfridges in London’s Oxford Street
General Election 2019: Who will you vote for?Subscription
With MPs agreeing to a snap general election on 12 December 2019, we ask our the profession: who will you vote for?
Plans have been submitted to Westminster City Council to transform an underground car park in London’s West End into a £100 million shopping and leisure complex
US practice wHY has revealed its latest designs for a performance space in Edinburgh’s West Princes Street Gardens – two years after winning an international contest for the job
Up-and-coming Gloucestershire-based studio Hills + Co has won planning to overhaul a 1950s bungalow in an area of outstanding natural beauty within the Lower Wye Valley
Decision on HS2 delayed until after election Subscription
The outcome of the independent review into High Speed 2 (HS2) is expected to be delayed until after the General Election on 12 December, reports claim
Moxon Architects has revealed its designs for two new viaducts for the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail line in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty south of Aylesbury
A custom-build developer, set up by architects Pitman Tozer Architects and Mæ, has won planning for its first scheme: a 12-home project in Laindon, Essex