Architect John Madin’s Birmingham Central Library (pictured) could be demolished to make way for a new £200 million public library.
Developers north of the border have forced the Scottish Executive to launch a public inquiry investigating the possibility of building on Edinburgh’s green belt.
Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands’ Doon Street tower in south London has been called in by Communities Secretary Hazel Blears.
Floating homes could become a prominent fixture along the River Clyde in Scotland, if new proposals by a Scottish designer are adopted.
After a 16-year wait, a derelict church in Gateshead designed by 19th-century Neo-Classicist architect John Dobson finally looks set to be redeveloped.
Aedas Architects has recorded yet another strong financial year, despite its pre-tax profits dropping by 8 per cent.
Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron and British sculptor Tony Cragg are among the five laureates named for this year's Praemium Imperiale, the Japanese award for the arts.
Foster & Partners has won an international competition to design the new Yale school of management campus in the USA.
Partnerships for Schools (PfS), the organisation behind the government's ambitious Building Schools for the Future (BSF) initiative, has officially announced its review of the programme's heavily criticised procurement process.
Design for London (DfL) is to have unparalleled influence over London's new housing when it publishes its Housing Design Guide in January 2008, Mayor Ken Livingstone has revealed.