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Denizen Works has been given the green light for a pair of self-build family homes on an abandoned, backland plot overlooking the Fant Nature Reserve in Maidstone, Kent
Former AJ writer and now chief events organiser and curator at Walmer Yard Laura Mark talks about how the quartet of houses is being used to increase the public’s understanding and experience of architecture
Winchester-based Adam Knibb Architects has been given the green light for this four-bedroom house in the village of Everton in the New Forest
Channel 4 is understood to have made the former Majestic nightclub in Leeds its preferred destination for its new ‘national headquarters’
Barking & Dagenham Council has launched a £300 million architectural services framework
The latest in a series of practice profiles looking at those who have recently decided to go it alone
The AJ asked leaders in the sustainability field what immediate steps architects could take towards achieving a zero-carbon built environment in the near future
David Morley Architects’ long-running regeneration of Bradford’s Lister Mills is one of 15 schemes competing for this year’s RIBA Yorkshire Awards
The chancellor Philip Hammond vowed to bring in a range of tough energy efficiency targets for new housing in yesterday’s Spring Statement
The University of Manchester is seeking a partner to help deliver a £1.5 billion ‘innovation district’, a huge scheme masterplanned by Sheppard Robson