Middle East

Del.icio.us.ness for February 29th

by mel starrs on March 1, 2008

in News

What caught my eye today, February 29th: FT.com / Home UK / UK – Walkable, pleasant, urbane, hot – Not sure if Edwin Heathcote is defending the new wave of Middle East architecture and planning or not, but food for thought… Tim Harford’s top 10 undercover economics books – Jane Jacobs at No. 1 – […]


UKGBC to stick with BREEAM

by mel starrs on February 15, 2007


Phil Clark over at zero champion has an interview with Peter Rogers of UKGBC (UK Green Building Council).  It’s a good read, and I was glad to see Rogers’ thoughts on UKGBC and BREEAM.  In the states, the USGBC backs LEED, the main international rival to BREEAM (in the middle east projects tend to be either).  […]


BREEAM news and happenings

by Mel Starrs on September 11, 2006


I hate when blogs apologise for not having posted in a while, so I won’t. I’ve done a little housekeeping around the site – an upgrade to WordPress (my blogging tool) and a new RSS feed button (above and on my sidebar). If anything is broken, let me know. Now back to the regular posting: […]

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