New report requests 100,000 homes for heroes

A recent report from the Local Government Association (LGA) advises that 100,000 new homes should be constructed every year to house people who have assisted in fighting COVID-19 and those who have lost family members to (more…)

Merseyside property development overcomes COVID-19 disruptions

A new residential development in St Helens, Merseyside has managed to stay on track despite issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Design contest launched to refurbish London location

A new architectural competition has been announced by the City of London Corporation with an aim to bring new life to Finsbury Park Gardens. While once hosting a bowling green, for over 10 (more…)

Parish council approves Dorset extension

Now a residential property, the Old School House in the Dorset village of Puncknowle is presently occupied by a young couple who plan to add to the building with a double-storey extension.

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How is social distancing affecting architecture?

In recent years, architectural design has revolved around people interacting with two main built environments – where we live and where we work. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the ensuing lockdown, these (more…)

How to make your office safe for social distancing

For the most part, architectural office designs have been focused on uniting people and helping them to work together in shared spaces while interacting with a built environment using their hands. In the wake of (more…)

Manchester building project aims for superior sustainability

In an investment worth £350m, project leaders for a new arena planned for east Manchester aim to create the most sustainable venue in the UK.

The event space from (more…)