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FaulknerBrowns has won the go-ahead for a new £270 million indoor snow centre and leisure village in Swindon
AHMM, Alison Brooks Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards and RUFF architects have won the go-ahead for a major mixed-use development in north London
Aedas has submitted £20 million plans to convert Bradford’s empty Odeon cinema into a new concert venue
Historic England has objected to Foster + Partners’ proposed 305m-tall Tulip tower saying its ‘unusual eye-catching form’ would harm views of the Tower of London
Architect Stephenson Studio and developer Capital & Centric have revealed plans for a ’quirky’ 275-bedroom hotel near Piccadilly Station
ArkleBoyce has lodged plans for a five-storey, wheelchair-friendly house in the heart of York’s central conservation area
Tonkin Liu is in a race to raise the extra £24,000 needed to build a new lightweight, permanent bridge to Crystal Palace Park’s Grade I-listed dinosaurs
Richard Waite unearths a new wave of aggressive fee undercutting and finds that clients are happy to exploit an unsustainable race to the bottom
The British Council has launched an open call to design the British Pavilion for the 2020 Venice Biennale
Construction has started on a Carmody Groarke £4.5 million scheme for a huge, transparent shelter to protect Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House during its restoration