Category list : Regions
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An overhaul of the way the National Lottery funds conservation projects is to give more power to the regions
Elected as the city region’s mayor last month, Andy Burnham is already seeking to rewrite the area’s development strategy. But what is his plan, and does he have the necessary powers? asks Colin Marrs
The new city region mayors are a much-needed force for change, writes Emily Booth
NEWS FEATURE: With slow broadband speeds, patchy phone signals and difficulties in finding both staff and projects, why do some architects choose to work in the countryside? Ella Braidwood investigates
Creative restoration of derelict historic buildings can help drive a region’s wider regeneration, says Stephen Anderson
This week Croydon Council revealed it was opening its own in-house architects department. But which local authorities already have architects on their payroll?
The doors have opened on the new £40million ELI Beamlines international Laser Research Centre near Prague designed by Bogle Architects
Councils will have to build up to 1,600 new primary schools in the next nine years to cope with the UK’s growing population, according to new research from Scape Group
The government has shortlisted 29 schemes for a share of £200million of loans aimed at kickstarting housing delivery on brownfield land
John Seager has been appointed as chief executive of Sunderland’s new £100million-plus regeneration programme