A  government commissioned report to examine what can be done to speed up the slow rate of house building on major sites, makes for interesting reading says Gus Zogolovitch. Another week, another housing minister. Dominic Raab lasted six months in the job and is the eighth housing minister in...

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Instagram has launched a major new feature IGTV – the platform’s attempt to take on YouTube. Social media platforms seem to release new features all the time but does IGTV actually have any relevance to architects? What is IGTV? While you can already post videos on Instagram, it’s limited to just...

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The Archiboo Web Awards is celebrating its third year. Here founder Amanda Baillieu explains why architects’ online presence has the power to shape how they think, work and ultimately design. I’ve spent a great deal of time over the years negotiating architects’ websites and like people who work themselves...

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Complacency is a great danger While there’s plenty of stats to back up claims that Brexit is not harming London’s economy, scratch the surface and things aren’t quite so rosy. According to Deloittes, the UK remains the most attractive destination for Fortune 250 Companies but a different survey, also...

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Following the sell-out success of the Archiboo/Rare Space half-day conference on developing small sites, the next conference in September will return to some of the same topics including finding land, buying land and case studies. We will also be adding a session on ‘alternative routes to development’ covering community land trusts,...

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