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The AJ asked leaders in the sustainability field what immediate steps architects could take towards achieving a zero-carbon built environment in the near future
David Morley Architects’ long-running regeneration of Bradford’s Lister Mills is one of 15 schemes competing for this year’s RIBA Yorkshire Awards
The chancellor Philip Hammond vowed to bring in a range of tough energy efficiency targets for new housing in yesterday’s Spring Statement
The University of Manchester is seeking a partner to help deliver a £1.5 billion ‘innovation district’, a huge scheme masterplanned by Sheppard Robson
The seven-strong shortlist for this year’s RIBA North East Awards includes two buildings by AJ100 practice FaulknerBrowns
A 23-strong group of leading design, construction and property businesses, including Bennetts Associates, has called on the government to set binding targets in its draft Environment Bill
7N Architects has submitted plans for a 938-home neighbourhood on Edinburgh’s waterfront at Leith’s Western Harbour
Plans to pull down Tadao Ando’s Piccadilly Gardens pavilion in Manchester – the Japanese architect’s only building in the UK – have been abandoned
A court case in which an architect was ordered to pay £500,000 in damages plus costs over a ‘wonky’ home cinema, could have ’wide implications’ for the profession, architects have been warned
RIBA board member and Scott Brownrigg’s director of practice Helen Taylor has challenged architecture firms to take on more apprentices