Syrian government forces are accused of dropping barrel bombs containing chlorine on a suburb of Aleppo, injuring 80 people. By using our website, you accept the use of cookies in order to enjoy an optimal navigation with offers relevant to your interests, and to allow us to perform web analytics. The bill to repair Britain's crumbling Houses of Parliament could hit ?7.1 billion unless lawmakers move out for up to six years, according to a study published Thursday.
The independent report, commissioned by parliamentary authorities in 2013, found that the famed neo-Gothic building posed major fire risks and was threatened with roof collapses. The experts, led by Deloitte Real Estate, laid out a range of repair options, from lawmakers staying put while work was carried out to a "full decant", which would see both the House of Commons and House of Lords move to temporary bases. Alternatively, it would cost around ?4.4 billion to carry out the works if groups of lawmakers took turns to vacate the premises. The Grade 1 listed building has leaking roofs that force members of parliament to use waste paper baskets to catch drips when it rains and air pollution has eroded the ornate stonework.

The mechanical and electrical infrastructure is "no longer fit for purpose", and the risk of a "catastrophic failure is increasing", the report said. Asbestos is a constant hazard and even the famous Big Ben clock tower snapped by tourists from around the world leans 46 centimetres (18 inches) off the vertical.
The Houses of Parliament, designed by Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin, were finished in 1870 and the building is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If they are forced to move, it is thought most likely that lawmakers would relocate to a nearby spot such as the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, a modern concrete venue near parliament.
The issue is likely to stir controversy between taxpayers who baulk at shelling out for a new home for unpopular politicians and those who believe such an iconic building should be saved.
Brighton College opens car repair workshop 16 May 2012 Last updated at 21:26 BST A motor vehicle workshop which has proved a massive hit with students at Brighton College is set to be officially opened. Explore the BBC News News Sport Weather Shop Earth Travel Capital iPlayer Culture Autos Future TV Radio CBBC CBeebies Food iWonder Bitesize Travel Music Earth Arts Make It Digital Taster Nature Local Terms of Use About the BBC Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Help Parental Guidance Contact the BBC Advertise with us Ad choices Copyright © 2016 BBC.

The plans show teaching areas arranged around a multi-functional "heart", traditional classrooms offering easy access to break out areas and enhanced facilities for physical activity and external learning, including a roof-top multi-use games area.There will also be a new public park, along the canal's north bank, next to the new school building.
Subject to consultation, and planning and budget consent, work is expected to start on the new school in summer 2014 with completion due for summer 2016. The school site is marked by the Union Canal to the south, Dundee Street to the north, and Viewforth to the east.The student residencies being built off Gibson Terrace for Napier University mark the western edge of the site.

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