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Past articles by Will:

ARB strikes off architect who built extension without planning permission

The ARB has removed a Greenwich-based man from the Architects Register after he built a client’s house extension without planning permission → Read More

Snags or flaws? How Citu’s testbed housing scheme is faring four years on

The AJ returns to a south Leeds eco-neighbourhood to hear about the realities of living in an emerging development, and to ask developer Citu whether the ‘innovative’ model is working → Read More

Sheppard Robson to retrofit 70s Glasgow office block

The practice proposes to add a 10-storey rear extension to the existing six-storey, glazed office block at 150 St Vincent Street, increasing its lettable → Read More

Stirling Prize winners get green light for Aylesbury Estate redevelopment

The scheme will see the demolition of 373 existing homes and their replacement with five residential and mixed-use buildings between five and 25 storeys → Read More

Piercy & Co to ‘reimagine’ SOM’s Broadgate PoMo office block

1 Appold Street was completed in 1986 as part of the original Broadgate development. The Postmodern eight-storey building sits next to Liverpool Street → Read More

Bureau de Change gets go-ahead for redesigned north London houses

Islington Council has given Bureau de Change permission for five terraced houses on Highgate Hill in north London after rejecting an earlier scheme a year ago → Read More

Silvertown £3.5bn megascheme submitted for planning

The hybrid planning application covers a 20ha site in the Royal Docks and includes refurbishment of the long-derelict Millennium Mills building, which → Read More

Perkins&Will appoints Jo Wright as UK managing director

Wright had been Arup’s director of architecture for the UK, Middle East and Africa since 2015 before leaving the company last month. She previously worked → Read More

3DReid replaces Foster + Partners on Cotswold ‘automobile village’

3DReid has submitted plans for an automotive museum and new homes in Chipping Norton, replacing Foster + Partners’ earlier designs for the site → Read More

Foster + Partners submits plans for Oxford cancer centre

The Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine will span two sites and contain laboratories, collaborative spaces, and public facilities, linked by a → Read More

Make’s 18-storey Blackfriars tower set for approval

Southwark Council is set to approve Make’s plans for an 18-storey office tower by Blackfriars Bridge in central London after planning officers backed the scheme → Read More

RIBA scraps book deal with former diversity director

RIBA Publishing had been due to release Ramroop’s Handbook on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Architecture in 2024, but decided to pull out of the → Read More

C.F. Møller closes its UK office

Danish architecture practice C.F. Møller has closed its UK business after 18 years → Read More

AHMM replaces Make on Shoreditch tower plans

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris is working on a new Shoreditch skyscraper, replacing an already approved 21-storey tower designed by Make for the same site → Read More

MJP Architects to be wound up after 51 years

The east London-based company was founded by the late Richard MacCormac with Peter Jamieson and David Prichard. in 1972 and designed many high-profile, → Read More

MPs call for ‘war effort’ push on retrofit and insulation

The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has said that all UK homes should have an Energy Performance Certificate rating of C or above by → Read More

Gove backs creation of design school to ‘revive traditional architecture’

The report, published by right-wing think-tank Policy Exchange last week, is authored by architect and critic Ike Ijeh and includes a foreword by Gove. → Read More

Jon Matthews Architects plans 38-storey Manchester tower

The scheme for Premier Inn Hotels and Dominvs Group would see the demolition of a five-storey Premier Inn currently on the site at One Medlock Street and → Read More

Mandatory second staircases for new high-rises planned

In a document published on 23 December, the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) said it was ‘concerned that some tall residential → Read More

KPF unveils plans for Old Street skyscraper

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) has unveiled early plans for a 160m office tower by Old Street roundabout in east London → Read More