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Weekend roundup: Stirling Prize goes to the right kind of sustainability


Talking of the significance of the Goldsmith Street social housing, I wonder whether this has been clocked by the hon. Michael Gove - one of the movers and shakers of the current Westminster regime - who, in a previous incarnation as education minister did so much to dumb down the design of publicly financed school buildings (but not, of course, of public schools) Probably coincidental that he's out of the same journalistic stable as our hon. Prime Minister, but they both seem to be keen on the populist empty (or downright destructive) gesture.

Posted date

12 October, 2019

Posted time

8:52 am