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The AJ is reporting from today’s Climate Strike demonstrations as architects join the thousands of environmental protestors making their voices heard across the country
The AJ can reveal the architects appointed on the early stages of a £3.5 billion housing-led scheme to redevelop a water recycling centre site (pictured) in north-east Cambridge
Architectural practices will be joining marches across the country in solidarity with the Climate Strike demonstrations and industrial action taking place tomorrow (20 September)
The first phase of construction has started on Níall McLaughlin Architects’ €10 million International Rugby Experience Museum in Limerick, Ireland
Sutherland Hussey Harris has submitted plans for four townhouses overlooking the 18th fairway of the historic Old Course golf course at St Andrews in Scotland
Loyn & Co’s much-publicised Outhouse, which won the Manser Medal in 2016 and was shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize in the same year, has been put up for sale
Tim Groom Architects has revealed all-new plans for a plot in central Warrington, Cheshire, replacing earlier proposals abandoned following the 2008 recession
Twickenham Riverside contest designs revealedSubscription
Richmond Council has revealed the visions by the five finalists in the contest to design a scheme at Twickenham Riverside in south-west London – replacing an axed design by Francis Terry
The AJ can exclusively reveal the team chosen to design a £10 million ‘world-class, exemplary’ public space outside Croydon’s newly refurbished Fairfield Halls
Guy Hollaway Architects has won approval for Haneton, a ’country house clause’ home in the Kent Downs designed around ’hygge’, the in-vogue Danish concept of cosy living