Developers queue up to pay for reviews

Hopkirk, Elizabeth
May 2013
Building Design;5/24/2013, Issue 2062, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the statement by David Tittle of Made, a West Midlands-based member of the nationwide Design Network, that developers become the largest users of design reviews and others comprehend the benefits yet are frustratingly poor at convincing developers to submit to design review. INSET: 62 REASONS FOR REVIEW.


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