Welsh steelworks to be turned into heritage park

At a recent meeting held by the Brymbo Heritage Group (BHG), plans to turn the area’s former steelworks into a heritage site have been unveiled.

Members of the BHG attended a two-day workshop, which was run by the (more…)

Most architects are currently gainfully employed

Underemployment amongst architect is at its lowest since January 2009, when the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) first started to measure architectural employment trends.

In December, 2014, the number of architects in North Wales and the rest of the (more…)

Council gives go ahead for Saighton Camp scheme

After a difficult meeting, Cheshire West and Chester (CWAC) councillors approved an application for a further 120 homes to be built near a former army camp.

There was some reluctance to pass the Saighton Camp proposal, but it was (more…)

Wirral set to become a new housing zone

The Wirral is on a list of 29 areas outside of the UK’s capital that could become new housing zones.

In total, the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) will choose (more…)