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The difference between the VAT rate for retrofit and new build is ‘crazy’, according to the chief executive of Historic England
An East Lothian architect has been fined £1,500 for designing a house which did not fit on his client’s plot
The RIBA has joined campaigners calling for structural timber to be excluded from an extension of the combustible cladding ban
Planning consent for a £1 billion scheme designed by PLP has been quashed after the local authority accused housing secretary Robert Jenrick of being biased towards developer and tycoon Richard Desmond
Studio Egret West has unveiled its masterplan for regenerating a post-industrial neighbourhood to the east of Birmingham’s city centre
A residential tower with a green brick façade, designed by David Gallagher Associates, is set to become the latest tall building to win consent at Bow Creek in east London
The prime minister has announced he wants to ‘re-open society’ and release schoolchildren and those unable to work remotely from their enforced Covid-19 lockdown. How will design play a part in allowing a phased return for employees and pupils, and what are the longer-term implications?
A review into the restoration of parliament, looking at ‘simpler, quicker and cheaper’ alternatives to building a temporary House of Commons, could spell the end for plans for the scheme by Allford Hall Monagahan Morris
Grimshaw faces another a year tweaking plans for Euston Station before submitting for planning consent despite High Speed 2 (HS2) having already spent £30 million on the station’s design
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick has said councils should publicise planning applications on social media as part of changes introduced to ‘radically restart’ the construction industry