13 December 2006
Our report highlights how cities need to be designed to make it easy for people to walk, cycle and engage in healthy, active lifestyles.
12 December 2006
The Better Public Building report outlines the steps that public bodies must take to ensure that everyone who uses public services benefits from good design.
7 December 2006
With entries from London and the South East usually dominating the awards, we're calling for more entries from high-quality schemes from across the country.
22 November 2006
New things happen presents a vision for the future of the Thames Gateway, its character and identity.
26 October 2006
A comprehensive school in Bermondsey has beaten off strong competition to win the Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award for 2006.
18 October 2006
We want to see renewed ambition to put design at the centre of neighbourhood healthcare, with buildings that communicate care as well as providing care.
12 October 2006
Lord Foster is backing the How Places Work campaign, which encourages young people to explore great architecture and public spaces.
11 October 2006
The Lavender Sure Start and Children's Centre in Mitcham, Surrey is one of 14 projects shortlisted for the Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award 2006.
10 October 2006
Our report on physical activity and the built environment explains why cities and parks must make it easy for people to walk and cycle.
5 October 2006
The Welsh Assembly in Cardiff is one of 14 building projects shortlisted for the Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award 2006.