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Centenary Square in Birmingham

The RIBA and the Landscape Institute on behalf of Birmingham City Council are pleased to announce the shortlist in the international open design competition to redesign Birmingham's Centenary Square.

13 January, 2015
News Construction starts on the new generation of high voltage pylons

Construction starts on the new generation of high voltage pylons

National Grid has started work on a test line of the new T pylon at its training academy in Nottinghamshire. Six of the new style high voltage pylons will be built for the first time in the British countryside and should be completed by Summer 2015.…

20 November, 2014
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Shortlist announced for new Arena for Bristol

Bristol's Mayor, George Ferguson, has announced the shortlist of five experienced design teams for the 12,000 capacity Bristol Arena, at his annual State of the City address.

11 November, 2014
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Winner Announced: Lancaster University - Urban Design Competition

The RIBA is pleased to announce that the Lancaster University Urban Design Competition has been won by a team led by Rick Mather Architects, working in conjunction with Grant Associates, Eckersley O'Callaghan, Mott MacDonald and DHA Lighting.

6 November, 2014
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