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Until two months ago Peter Hansford was the government’s chief construction advisor. Now the position has been abolished. Here, he talks frankly about the state of the industry and how his legacy will be perceived
This CPD focuses on two traditional facade materials in contemporary architecture and restoration projects, examining their sustainability credentials and installation methods. It is sponsored by Szerelmey
Timber windows are installed at Cheltenham Ladies’ College and an extension at Cambridge University features low-temperature underfloor heating in this week’s education products
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When plans were announced to close some of the UK’s worst prisons and build nine new ones focusing on rehabilitation, there was near universal approval. Since then, however, doubts have begun to surface
Olympique Lyonnais’ new £340m home, designed by Populous, will host Euro 2016 matches this summer. But is it more typical of English stadium design than its continental counterparts?
There’s plenty of moving about this week - rumours abound that the Science Museum is searching for new digs, while celeb haunt The Ivy spreads its tendrils to Tower Bridge. Heathrow, though, isn’t going anywhere
Hong Kong is planning to introduce security of payment legislation. A proposed model for it gives an idea what the final reform may look like
The TCC pre-action protocol is due for review – but do solicitors working in construction law think it needs major change?
Is Michael Gove right to focus on prisoner rehabilitation rather than punishment in his prison building programme?
The government’s promise to remove ‘red tape’ to help housebuilders could wipe out effective standards
Two new schemes being tested could offer cost savings on selected construction law cases
With a portfolio that pushes the limits of what is possible, Zaha Hadid proves being relentlessly demanding pays off