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The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show that total construction output remained flat over the quarter, but registered above levels recorded for the same period last year. Experian Economics reports
Despite wobbles in the global economy and a dip in private commercial construction, overall activity in the industry remains strong
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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?
In the week the EC Harris name is dropped as part of Arcadis’ global rebrand, Joey Gardiner asks why the historic names are disappearing from construction – and if the benefits of rebranding outweigh the risks
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Senior party representatives seemed determined not to get engaged in too many policy specifics which might frighten the horses
Construction rocks. We all know that.
World events rumble on and we must focus on the problems we can fix. Jeremy Corbyn is right that radical action is needed to resolve the housing crisis, but his plan to print money will drag us back to the 1970s
Flooding and water shortages could increase if confidence in weather and climate forecasting drops, despite the evidence for climate change
The construction industry has held up pretty well recently, if we look at the bigger picture