Labour conference showed the party is currently split into three significant factions
With some main contractors taking delivery expertise back in house in the hope it will reassure clients they can get the job done, Joey Gardiner asks if the subcontracting model has had its day
Firms working with 125-year-old consultancy Henry Riley can expect more than personal service and quality - the relationship can last a lifetime
As the major influence on Jeremy Corbyn’s economic policy, Richard Murphy has had a lot to talk about over the last few months. But what might the much-trailed people’s QE mean for the construction industry?
The Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant is edging closer to reality, with backing from China. But the nearer it gets to going ahead, the greater the opposition gathering against it. Can the industry finally start believing it will happen?
Housing minister Brandon Lewis has publicly stated that he wants to see over one million homes built in the next five years. But can the sector meet this challenge?
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FROM THE EDITOR
Bringing a solution to the housing shortage under the remit of the NIC would show the Conservatives mean business
Employers must work with government to clampdown on illegal working
With four generations active in the workplace it’s time to ditch preconceived, 20th century notions about office layout
The National Infrastructure Commission must wield binding decision-making powers
Under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, the Labour Party differs wildly to the Conservatives in its answer to the housing crisis and attitude to social housing. It will be interesting to see how the government responds to the new rhetoric