It is totally wrong for your magazine to have stated that the Richard Rogers Partnership had been "axed" by BAA (19 December, page 13).
Since 1989, after an international competition, RRP has provided architectural and masterplanning services on Terminal 5 to BAA. The practice will continue to provide such services on T5
RRP has never had a framework agreement for general services with BAA and therefore there is no question of being axed from anything. Had you taken the trouble to verify the story with this office, you could have avoided making such a serious mistake.
Richard Rogers, London W6.