BBC: Design Museum to offer free entry from 2016

London's Design Museum will establish a free permanent collection from 2016, following its relocation to new premises in Kensington.

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The Telegraph: RIBA Stirling Prize: Everyman Theatre by Haworth Tompkins will be admired for years to come

The Everyman Theatre by Haworth Tompkins has won the RIBA Stirling Prize, beating favourite the Shard. It's a triumph of substance over cheap thrills, says Ellis Woodman

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Construction Enquirer: £100m backing for Swansea tidal lagoon

Insurance giant Prudential is to invest up to £100m in a project to build a power-generating tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay.

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The Independent: Khaki factory and WW1 crane on list of 10 most at-risk buildings

A textile mill that developed khaki dye for the uniforms of British troops fighting the Boer War is among the 10 most endangered Victorian and Edwardian buildings, according to an annual "at risk" study.

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The Guardian: Is it time to rethink Britain's green belt?

It's meant to curb sprawl and give city dwellers the benefits of the country. But some feel it protects the rich, stops houses being built and encourages commuting

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BBC: Belfast Harbour office project will support 600 construction jobs

A £20m office development in Belfast Harbour will support 600 construction jobs when work begins next year, after it obtained planning permission.

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The Guardian: Protests disrupt property fair in London

Boris Johnson tells investors London is open for business, but organisers of Mipim conference are forced to close the gates

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The Independent: Bond Street in £20 million makeover as London seeks to compete with Paris and Hong Kong for rich shoppers

London's richest street will undergo a £20 million overhaul to compete with the major luxury shopping districts of New York, Paris and Hong Kong.

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