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The Shard

'Oven fire' causes Shard evacuation

4 August 2015| By Louise Dransfield

A fire at the Shard has forced parts of Europe’s tallest building to be evacuated

Arena Central

Galliford Try wins £66m HSBC retail bank HQ

4 August 2015| By Louise Dransfield


City approves demolition of 'the Stump'

4 August 2015| By Tim Clark

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Christopher Seddon

Tributes paid to Christoper Seddon

4 August 2015| By Tim Clark

Gascoigne Estate, Barking

Bouygues UK bags £42m Barking regeneration scheme

4 August 2015| By Louise Dransfield

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Construction site

Apprenticeships levy: Taxing Times

4 August 2015| By David Blackman

The government’s pledge to deliver 3 million apprenticeships through a levy on large employers has left many in the industry confused as to how the policy will work

Brandon Lewis

Interview: Brandon Lewis

31 July 2015| By Joey Gardiner

contract locations

Market review: Begin again

27 July 2015| By Michael Dall

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Editor's view

Sarah Richardson

The war on green

31 July 2015| By Sarah Richardson

As another green policy goes up in smoke, does the government risk failing to live up to its obligations?

Community opinion

Paul Morrell

Slip slidin’ away

4 August 2015| By Paul Morrell

Stephanie Canham

A perfect fit?

3 August 2015| By Stephanie Canham


BIM: Diverse approaches to a common standard

30 July 2015| By Peter Trebilcock

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Debbie Aplin

Too many questions

29 July 2015| By Debbie Aplin

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York Art Gallery: A new mezzanine level reveals the once secret gallery

York Art Gallery: Show time

28 July 2015| By Ike Ijeh

Architects working on the £8m refurbishment of York Art Gallery have peeled away decades of callously inappropriate interventions to unlock a wonderland of architectural secrets

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Bartlett cost model index

Cost model: Higher education refurb

3 August 2015| By John O'Neill, Ross Westwood and Euan Macdonald

When UCL’s Bartlett School of Architecture outgrew its building a decision was needed on whether to demolish and rebuild, or radically refurbish it. The latter course was chosen

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