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North Northumbria University’s Architectural Design and Management Programme which was set up in 1997 has been approved by the Architects Registration Board. According to Tony Beacock,...
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The short-list for the latest project in the regeneration scheme for Castleford – a new library and museum - has been announced. Designs by Bauman Lyons Architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley, Niall...
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An Edinburgh practice only established last year has won two prestigious place-making competitions. Graeme Massie Architects beat off 93 submissions from around the world in a competition to...
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A young London-based practice Hakes Associates has won the competition to design a bridge across the cemetery at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral. Julian Hake’s bridge may combat fears that...
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Atholl Estates have found a buyer for the Point Hotel and Conference Centre. The company that owns the prestige property has been privately approaching selected buyers, since June 2004 but have...
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Oldham Council has launched the grandly titled ‘1000 Days’ body in order to realise the Oldham Beyond document launched by URBED (Urban and Economic Development Group), the Manchester-based...
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Heritage specialists believe that The Church of Scotland are planning to sell between 25 and 50% of its current building stock. “Nearly every community in Scotland will be affected by the next...
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Shed KM have been asked to develop their ground-breaking terraced house design for Manchester Methodist Housing Group (MMHG). The Liverpool architects scheme follows on from work that they...
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Brian Stewart, the former chief executive of RMJM, and the man responsible for leading RMJM’s contribution to the Holyrood project, has fallen out with the board of the company and is currently...
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A TV series to be broadcast by the BBC in September will further fuel debate about the fate of Liverpool’s tenement stock. How To Rescue A House will look at derelict and empty properties around...
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Keppie Design has won the £284million NHS Forth Valley PPP project. A team led by Equion, Serco and Laing O’Rourke is now preferred bidder for the 814 bed Forth Valley Acute Services Hospital...

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