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CPL wins Cambridge Association of Architects contract

CPL has been appointed to publish Cambridge Architecture, the members' journal of the Cambridge Association of Architects (CAA).

The CAA is the local branch of the Royal Institute of British Architects for Cambridge and Cambridgeshire. The association celebrated the 30th anniversary of the publication last year and is now looking at how it can evolve and develop its journal.

Published twice a year, the publication’s design, layout and distribution will be managed by CPL, which will also provide overall editorial support and guidance. 

Tom Foggin, co-editor, said: ‘We are pleased to have appointed CPL after speaking to a number of companies. CPL’s professionalism, flexibility and enthusiasm were the deciding factors for us.’

Sophie Hewitt-Jones, CPL’s director – client services, added: ‘We are delighted to welcome the Cambridge Association of Architects as a client. Our expertise in membership publishing continues to grow and we are looking forward to working together to build on the magazine’s success.’

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