BBC: Carbuncle Cup 2014: Woolwich supermarket named 'worst building'

A London supermarket complex has been named the UK's worst new building and awarded the Carbuncle Cup 2014.

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Construction Enquirer: McCarthy & Stone ramps up building spend to £2bn

Retirement homes specialist McCarthy & Stone has raised its land and building spend target over the next four years by a third to £2bn.

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The Guardian: Mexico unveils Norman Foster design for new international airport

Six-runway project to be built next to Benito Juarez International Airport on the eastern flank of Mexico City

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Retail Focus: Selfridges opens in-store cinema

Selfridges London has collaborated with Everyman Cinemas to open what is thought to be the first department store-based cinema.

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BBC: UK construction grows at fastest pace for seven months

The construction sector expanded at its fastest pace for seven months in August, despite supply shortages holding back growth, a survey suggests.

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Dezeen: Frank Gehry axed from World Trade Center project

Gehry's vision for a cluster of rectangular forms at Ground Zero were reportedly dropped last week, following almost 10 years of development, and the 85 year-old architect will no longer be involved in the project.

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The Guardian: Prize-winning designer says double size of 40 English towns

David Rudlin wins £250,000 Wolfson economics prize for his plan to expand a number of towns with 'garden city' extensions.

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Construction Enquirer: £200m North Yorkshire incinerator approved

Peel Environmental's plans for a £200m energy from waste plant at Kellingley Colliery, North Yorkshire have been given the green light.

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