David Blackman looks at the vanishing chances of making green retrofit a national infrastructure priority
Freed from the shackles of coalition government, chancellor George Osborne will be outlining some quite different policies and priorities when he presents his emergency Budget next week
Steve Elliott took Morgan Sindall’s fit-out business to an industry-leading position. After taking a year out he’s ‘got the band back together’ at BW Interiors and is thinking big again
When PC Harrington Contractors collapsed into administration in May, it had debts of around £28.4m and just £900 cash in the bank. We reveal the true story of the firm’s demise
Construction’s professions could effectively disappear within a decade, according to the author of a challenging report
Following a surprise result which leaves the Tories free to rule without coalition partners, what can construction expect from the next parliament?
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Osborne’s emergency budget looks set to disappoint those hoping for more than familiar headlines
Education is a key part of any society’s future prosperity and social cohesion. How can we create the buildings that will help our children’s children to succeed in a generation’s time?
In the quest to create more homes, we need to help and incentivise local authorities to think outside the box to identify sites for development, and perhaps even more critically, redevelopment
What will the Conservative’s right to buy and starter homes initiative mean for UK housing?
As Mace celebrates its 25th year one of its directors remembers what life was like when she first joined the firm, nearly two decades ago