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ARCHITECTURE JUDGES BEMOAN CUTS IN COUNCIL FUNDING

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The Guardian (p11) reports that judges of the Stirling Prize for Architecture say the failure of a local authority ...
The Guardian (p11) reports that judges of the Stirling Prize for Architecture say the failure of a local authority building to win a place in their shortlists reflects a crisis in local authority funding.

The prize was set up by the Royal Institute of British Architects in memory of architect James Stirling.
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