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Going round the houses

Enter Garden Cities as the latest act in the long-running variety performance of the “UK Housing Crisis”. Following on from Planning Reform (no discernible audience impact) and Help to Buy (rather too much of the wrong impact), Garden Cities received... View Article

Best Church Architecture Award open for entries

Nominations for the best new church buildings and for innovative church repair and conservation architecture are being sought for two prestigious architecture awards run by the National Churches Trust and the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association. The Presidents’ Award New... View Article

The fibre cement building envelope

Attendees at Marley Eternit’s CPD will be introduced to fibre cement as a building material for both roofing and facades. The key learning objectives of the seminar are to provide: How fibre cement rainscreen facade systems can improve thermal, acoustic... View Article

London Festival of Architecture week 2 highlights

London Festival of Architecture (LFA), the annual city-wide celebration of the capital’s buildings and landmarks, continues this week with a rich and diverse programme of events and activities. LFA Chair Patricia Brown said: “This year’s festival has a great depth... View Article

Pointing to a winning solution

Powdertech (Corby) Ltd is entering work recently completed at Centre Parcs Woburn Forest, Bedfordshire, in the prestigious Galvanizers’ Association Galvanizing Awards (GAGA 2014). The project will be entered in two categories – the duplex category for projects that feature an... View Article

EU PVSEC 2014: Conference Programme published

With 1,500 presentations from 71 countries, the 29th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC 2014) takes place in September in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The event once more sets the benchmark for this year’s global PV events. The... View Article

New seminars to help architects carry out best practice

Solutions expert Schlüter-Systems has launched new seminars to help architects gain in-depth knowledge on some of Schlüter’s most popular product ranges – and how best to use them. The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) RIBA accredited seminars, lasting 45 minutes each,... View Article

ABTT welcomes experts in the backstage arts to ITEAC 2014

On the eve of the International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2014 (ITEAC 2014), taking place this Sunday until Tuesday (8-10 June), the Association of British Theatre Technicians (ABTT) looks forward to welcoming leading experts in the backstage arts, to... View Article
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