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Aster Group builds record number of homes

Housing association and developer Aster Group delivered 939 new homes last year, a 14 per cent increase on 2016’s total. This is more than the group’s average build rate for the past 10 years – 550 homes – and has... View Article

La casa del desierto

A new house designed by OFIS Architects demonstrates new possibilities in glass specification through a collaboration with glass manufacturers, Guardian Glass. Designed to withstand the Gorafe Desert (Province of Granada, Spain), which is considered one of the most adverse and... View Article

Historic school to be revitalised with adjusted CALA plans

Fresh proposals to breathe new life into one of Edinburgh’s most distinctive old school buildings have been submitted for approval. Plans for the sympathetic restoration of the former Boroughmuir High School had been revisited prior to a community event as... View Article

A small victory

Discreetly hidden in a quiet cul-de-sac in Finchley, north London is an unconventional compact home, designed for a young client who was looking for a way to combat London’s housing shortage. James Parker reports According to its architect Nick Pocock... View Article

Village vanguard

Overlaying the former site of a piecemeal-built country club just west of Bristol, a new retirement village offers a refreshingly social approach to long-term living, combined with sympathy for the local vernacular. Sébastien Reed reports Ascending to Clifton Village to... View Article

State of the art

The University of Bergen’s departments of art and design have been brought together as a new landmark in the Norwegian city’s emerging artistic hub. Jack Wooler spoke to architects Snøhetta to hear how the design displays the building’s true character,... View Article

73 new homes to breathe life into disused riverside location

Plan submitted by CPMG Architects have been approved to build a new housing development ‘Pelham Waterside’ on Trent Lane in Nottingham. Nottingham City Council has approved designs for the landmark residential scheme by local developer Pelham Homes, to be built on a disused industrial... View Article

NFB and RLA team up to raise rental standards

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) – the construction industry’s longest established trade association – and the Residential Landlords Association (RLA), the home for landlords, have formed a partnership to ensure that landlords have access to reputable builders when developing... View Article
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