Britain may be broke, but it's still able to attract money from elsewhere. The FT reported that mothballed building projects are being revived. "In a move regarded as a renewed vote of confidence in the City as a global financial centre, British Land, one of ... Read More
For those of us hoping for a well-paid planning job next year, Chancellor George Osbourne's 'comprehensive spending review' doesn't bode well.The department for Communities and Local Government (CLG, (the body that funds my studies) is set to see its budget cut ... Read More
I am very pleased to say that my debating partner and I defeated the founder of UKIP and the motion that This House Would Leave the EU at the UCL Debating Society tonight. And against all those doctors too!
Once British glee about beating the French to host the 2012 Olympics had subsided, the popular sentiment was 'oh b*gger!' For some reason that I can't fathom, British people nowadays shy away from big public projects (unlike their French cousins who see in the vanity projects of their presidents a ... Read More
Last night I watched BBC2 The RIBA Stirling Prize 2010: A Culture Show Special.Highlights:Architect Amanda Levete on the Lords Media Centre which she helped design and which won the RIBA Stirling prize in 1999.She said she wants that "people wil ... Read More
I wrote the advertising copy for the Leading Leaders set of profiles in the Financial Times special report on Nigeria. This included oil baron turned telecoms executive Mike Adenuga, billionaireFemi Otedola, respected entrepreneur Oba Otudeko among others. To see the report, please click here.