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A £1m fundraising campaign and two years of support from insurers will allow the Centre to begin reconstruction on the Grand Hall after it was damaged by fire last year.
A new guide by Julie’s Bicycle provides advice on integrating environmental sustainability into capital project funding bids.
Sue Ball explains why she believes that ‘slow architecture’ is the most effective way to create a sustainable future for depressed industrial sites.
Regeneration is about regional partnerships striking the right balance between artistic excellence and community engagement, believes Nick Ewbank.
Andrew Lock describes two architectural projects at the Southbank Centre that reveal the benefits of participation by users in the development of public spaces.
Lecturer, curator and writer Ayla Lepine is an expert in Victorian art and architecture. In this first in my series of interviews with emerging women in the arts, we chatted about the challenges of working in the competitive world of art history