A classic case of a pot calling the Kettle black . . .
This mealy-mouthed response from Greenwich University makes one wonder whether it has any ambitions whatsoever in respect of the teaching of architecture. Its unprincipled and absurd removal of the head of school without any clear replacement plan suggestions that the institution itself is now the headless chicken.
Comment on: Lidl to build wave of new homes
Building above stores and, as Bill Dunster has proposed, above supermarket car parks, is smart. Tesco did it some time ago in Woolwich town centre, quite a brave initiative at the time. The self-appointed twits who run the so-called Carbuncle Cup gave it their prize, but there are always people around who hate ideas.
Another triumph for the bean-counter miserabilist brigade.
Better to have 90 per cent of something than 100 per cent of nothing, which is what the Mayor has landed us with.