DSDHA wins Waterloo square competition – Building Design

Building Design reports

“DSDHA has won the competition to design a major new square on London’s South Bank.

The Waterloo City Square Scheme will see the roundabout circling the Waterloo Imax theatre and the streets around Waterloo Station given a badly-needed revamp, concentrating on rationalising the dark labyrinth of streets and subways around the station.”

SOURCE: Building Design – DSDHA wins Waterloo square competition

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Recession hits Mipim attendance – Building Design

Building Design reports

The number of delegates heading to Mipim this year has plummeted by more than a third as architects, public bodies, agents and developers slash their representation at the world’s largest property fair.

[SOURCE: Building Design – Recession hits Mipim attendance]

Plant diseases threaten woodland – BBC NEWS

BBC NEWS | UK reports

“Some of the finest gardens and woodlands in Britain are under threat from two closely related and aggressive fungus-like plant diseases.” (Phytophthora kernoviae and Phytophthora ramorum.)

“The government has allocated £25m in a bid to eradicate the diseases which are spreading across the country.”

[SOURCE: BBC NEWS | UK | Plant diseases threaten woodland]

Aconex Selected for US$1.6 Billion Infrastructure Phase of Al Zorah Coastal City – Businesswire


AJMAN, United Arab Emirates–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technology firm Aconex has been selected by Al Zorah Development Company to provide its online collaboration solution to the US$1.6 billion infrastructure phase of one of the UAE’s larges developments, the Al Zorah master planned city in Ajman. The Aconex system will be used to manage information and link organizations involved in the project.

SOURCE: Business Wire

America’s Worst Intersections – Forbes.com

Forbes.com reports

Which bottlenecks in 100 USA cities will slow you down the most.

SOURCE:Forbes.com - America’s Worst Intersections

World Landscape Architect Editor: The cost and pollution that these bottlenecks cause must surely outweigh the cost of rectifying or at least imporving these bottlenecks

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