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Let’s have honesty about the costs of the Westminster retrofit

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Although it’s now over 5 years down the line, without any debate about strategy and only tactical implementation, over the past couple of years the public generally have come to realise significant deficiencies with Parliament and the suitability of the houses for a modern democracy. At the very least modernisation is necessary, but reform might be considered likely and any such modernisation or reform should best be manifest in a physical architectural form. Given the abject lack of strategy isn’t it time architects fully moved to open up and enter this debate? The lack of alternative advocacy appears to lack architectural foresight, leadership and planning. How best might this now be opened up to architectural and strategic discourse?

Posted date

1 April, 2019

Posted time

10:01 am

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