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Kitchen trends 2019

Words by Adrian Stoneham | Managing Director, Stoneham Kitchens  As the sun slowly sets on the year 2018, why not celebrate the dawn of the new year with a brand new kitchen? 2019 is destined to be an exciting year... View Article

RGU Professor and students triumph at Aberdeenshire Design Awards

An architecture professor from Robert Gordon University (RGU) and three final year students have triumphed with their innovative approach to design at the Aberdeenshire Architectural and Landscape Design Awards 2018. Students Sophie Houston, Sophie Perrot and Katie Rice were all competing in the ‘Future... View Article

WAF exhibits finalists for the APA 2018

Images of The Hive at Kew Gardens and Foster + Partners’ Bloomberg London are among 20 finalists announced this week for The Architectural Photography Awards 2018, supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF) and PICSEL and sponsored by Sto and... View Article

Medical Architecture strengthen leadership team

Medical Architecture has bolstered its leadership by promoting four senior staff. All have exceptional qualifications and experience as RIBA Chartered Architects. Lianne Knotts and Ruairi Reeves are now shareholding directors. Mark Nugent and Frank Ellis are now associates. They will... View Article

New Government data backs CPRE Green Belt figures

An analysis of the new Government data released today (4 October) by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) shows that since 2012 almost 10,000 hectares of Green Belt land have been released from ‘protected’ Green Belt boundaries by local... View Article

NFB: Government to reduce the human cost of late payment

The Government’s announcement of measures to tackle late payment will help the 74% of construction companies that have almost gone into liquidation because of the practice. The package of measures unveiled by the Small Business Minister Kelly Tolhurst will also... View Article

May removes council borrowing cap

The borrowing cap for local councils to build new housing is set to be scrapped, potentially opening up billions of pounds of funding for new council housebuilding schemes. In a move that has been long called for by many in... View Article
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