The economy has lost some momentum since the summer’s Brexit vote, but is doing better than analysts had forecast
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Women and people from ethnic minorities make up just 10% of the UK building industry’s total employees, and new recruits are few and far between. So what are firms doing to widen construction’s gene pool?
New Yorkers are still in shock at the idea of a Trump presidency, but some of those working in construction concede that having in the White House a New York property mogul with a $1tn infrastructure spend on his mind may not be all bad news
Last week’s Autumn Statement trumpeted an extra £1.4bn for 40,000 affordable homes, but is the government set to miss its own target?
Could having a property developer as US president be good for UK construction, or will Trump’s protectionist approach spark trade wars and global recession?
Since Neil Martin took over at the helm of Lendlease’s European construction operations he has returned the firm to profit and steadied the ship. So the question everyone wants to know is how he did it
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FROM THE EDITOR
New Yorkers didn’t vote for Trump just as Londoners didn’t vote for Brexit, but whatever their misgivings the business of doing business goes on
To solve the skills shortage, the industry needs to look beyond the narrow confines of apprenticeships for young people
NHS trusts must squeeze every penny out of limited captial funding, but with some careful thought at in the early stages they can deliver better outcomes
Creating cities that foster vibrant communities and with the infrastructure in place to secure their economic competitiveness, is no mean feat
Involving students, staff and the local community in masterplanning has helped transform this university campus