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IBI Group Hires Retirement Living and Senior Care Lead

IBI Group has appointed Maarit Heinonen-Smith as its UK Retirement Living and Senior Care Lead. Maarit joins IBI Group from the Specialist Housing Team at PRP Architects, where she has built an impressive portfolio designing and delivering innovative housing and... View Article

CIOB announces new Vice President

Mark Beard FCIOB, Chairman of construction group Beard, will be appointed Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) on 19 June 2018. In 2020 Mark will become the 117th President of the CIOB. His Presidency will follow from Charles Egbu,... View Article

Spectacular new images of city commercial district unveiled

Spectacular new images have today (Wednesday) been revealed at MIPIM in Cannes showcasing City of Wolverhampton’s Interchange Commercial District vision. City of Wolverhampton Council, working in partnership with leading developers Ion, unveiled the ambitious plans during the World Class Developments... View Article

London’s booming architecture sector

London’s architecture sector continues to outperform the wider London and UK economies, according to new research produced by the Greater London Authority in partnership with the London Festival of Architecture. While the research also offers – for the first time... View Article

Wood Awards 2018 call for entries now open

The Wood Awards: Excellence in British Architecture and Product Design has now launched its 2018 call for entries. Anyone involved in a UK-based wood project is invited to enter and has until 25 May to submit their applications. Established in... View Article

Opening of the Museum of Romanity

On 2 June 2018, the Museum of Romanity will open to the public. In the heart of the city of Nîmes, opposite the famous two-thousand-year-old Arenas, this museum is one of France’s biggest contemporary architectural and cultural projects with an... View Article

Blog: Gaining R&D knowledge can bring rewards

Relatively few architectural practices claim research and development (R&D) tax relief, despite the fact that some of their activities meet the scheme’s eligibility criteria, and the main reason is a lack of awareness. For many people, R&D programmes are regarded... View Article

Green light for £1.6bn flagship regeneration of Clapham Park

Lambeth Council’s Planning Committee has approved Metropolitan’s new development proposal to build more than 2,500 new homes and a wide range of community facilities at Clapham Park in south London. PRP, the award-winning architectural firm, designed the revised plan for... View Article

Backing the Best of Office Architecture

GEZE UK is backing the very best in office architecture by sponsoring the Office Architect of the Year category in the BD Architect of the Year Awards for the third year running. The category was open to all architects working... View Article

EOS Facades celebrate success at the Offsite Awards

The Offsite Construction Awards are a platform to showcase innovation, celebrate best practice and recognise overall expertise in offsite construction and with over 200 hundred entries – competition was fierce.   EOS Facades reached the finals in no less than... View Article

Impact of government biomass policy on wood-using industries

The popular Use Wood Wisely website – www.usewoodwisely.co.uk – answers the demand for easily-digestible and understandable information on the contentious issue of UK power stations burning wood to generate electricity. Hosted by Norbord, leader in panel products, the site explains the intricacies... View Article

Aqualisa hits the small screen

Aqualisa has invested in its first-ever TV advertising campaign, as the brand looks to capitalise on a growing consumer trend for customisation and increase the smart shower market. With an initial trial in the Meridian TV region, the company will... View Article
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