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Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital
LAVA has designed the exhibition “Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital” which runs at th
JACQUES FERRIER / IMPRESSIONISM
Opening: Thursday, March 16, 2017, 7 p.m.
Welcome: Ulrich Müller
Introduction: Finn G
AIA Conference on Architecture 2017
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Future of Design
FUTURE OF DESIGN
Accomplished designers and researchers will pair with emerging archite
As a snap general election approaches the Labour Party is committing to build more housing following years of limited supply
The Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is expected to repeat his pledge today (27.4.17) to build a million homes over five years in the UK - half of which will be council houses. The UK shadow housing secretary John Healey has also promised to take "big steps" to deal with the UK’s housing crisis.
According to the BBC Mr Healey said a Labour government would build 100,000 affordable council and housing association homes a year to rent and buy. He has also under-lined the fact that Labour-led councils build more homes than Conservative-led councils in the UK.
However, he said voters would have to wait for the Labour Party’s manifesto for the UK’s coming General Election to see the plan.
In a separate White Paper the Conservative Party have also vowed to build more affordable houses.
According to a Labour-commissioned study Labour councils have built on average 2