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Velodrome architects gear up for landmark fundraiser

A team of internationally acclaimed velodrome designers from FaulknerBrowns Architects, is embarking on a 76 mile charity cycle to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the UK’s first purpose built indoor cycling facility, The National Cycling Centre in Manchester. This Friday,... View Article

CeMAT ASIA on target for success

With estimated sales in excess of 80 billion euros (2012) China has the largest intralogistics sector in the world and now dwarfs its nearest competitor, the USA, which has a turnover of 25.5 billion euros. Germany, the third biggest market... View Article

A summer of growth for Turley in Manchester

Turley has significantly strengthened its Manchester office this summer with a series of new hires, cementing its position as the largest multi-service planning team in the North West. Ten new recruits have joined Turley Manchester’s Planning, Engagement, Heritage, Economics and... View Article

BIID releases latest calendar of CPD events

The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) has announced an extensive programme of new CPD events for the 2014 Autumn and Winter period. Highlights of the calendar include a bespoke tour of selected London auction houses, an insider view of... View Article

Housing: Where’s the Plan?

A new book by Kate Barker, being published September 25th. Housing is a fundamental necessity – and yet we have a ‘housing crisis’ in the UK. The housing market has worked well for many people (who have enjoyed the steeply... View Article

NFB manifesto 2015: smarter building for Britain

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) has launched its manifesto for the 2015 general election at this year’s party conferences. The manifesto outlines NFB members’ key priorities for the next government and proposals for how these can be achieved. They believe... View Article

CARE International is ISG’s Inaugural Global Charity Partner

ISG has announced that its first ever global charity partner will be leading humanitarian organisation CARE International. This partnership forms a central element of ISG’s 2020 Sustainability Vision, which sets out the company’s commitment to acting responsibly and safely, with... View Article

Days 1-3 at 100% Design

We have a fantastic line-up of international designers and speakers over four days at 100% Design on the theme of this year’s theme: serendipidity. Inspired by a Piranesi quote, “By messing about we discover”, this years talks programme will look... View Article

Unity Hub glows with pride

‘Unity Hub at Craig Park’ in Edmonton, not only glows in the dark, but is now glowing with the pride of Enfield Council, having won a prestigious award from the Architects Journal in the Civic and Community category at a... View Article

Design Notes, September 2014: Timeless Tapastries

London’s annual Design Festival kicks off this week and one of its star attractions, Decorex, has moved off the beaten path to Syon House. Located in Brentwood, just outside Kew Gardens, the historic estate was named after Syon Abbey, a... View Article

ISG commences work on Sunderland Fire Station

Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service has appointed ISG to build a replacement fire station, which has been five years in the planning. The project is ISG’s latest framework win – secured via the influential North East Procurement Organisation... View Article

Bookings now open for Heat 2014 Conference

The Combined Heat and Power Association and the Energy Institute are joining forces for the third time for Heat 2014, a one-day conference dedicated to discussing the vital issue of heat in our energy economy. Heat accounts for almost one... View Article
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