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Now the Conservative party has a majority in Parliament, it can push through its policies on everything from Brexit and housing to climate change and infrastructure
The new parliament will once again be without a registered architect after Labour’s Jay Morton and the Brexit Party’s Ike Ijeh failed to break through
The outcome of today’s General Election will have a major impact on the fortunes of the profession – so what are the main parties saying they will do about housing, building regulations and carbon emissions?
Serpentine Galleries name new boss Subscription
The Serpentine Galleries have named a new chief executive after their last boss resigned amid public uproar
Historic England has welcomed FaulknerBrowns’ plans to demolish historic quayside factories next to the Grade I-listed High Level Bridge in Gateshead
The ARB has told an Extinction Rebellion architect convicted of a public order offence that it will not take any disciplinary action against him, and that it is reviewing what all architects need to be taught about sustainability and the carbon agenda
The RIBA has named an all-female list of recipients for its honorary fellowships for the first time since the awards began, the AJ understands
The Labour Party could appoint an architectural tsar if it wins the general election this week, according to the shadow housing secretary
The London Borough of Bexley has granted DRDH Architects planning permission for a £6 million library and cinema for which the council is the client
Profit tumbles 39 per cent at Hawkins\BrownSubscription
Hawkins\Brown took a 39 per cent blow to its operating profit during its last financial year, according to accounts filed at Companies House