David Blackman looks at the vanishing chances of making green retrofit a national infrastructure priority
25% more new school places will be needed in the next five years than the previous five, yet the government is cutting overall capital funding by 16%
Not content with being the boss of QS John Rowan, Steve Gee is standing as Liberal Democrat candidate for his local constituency of Epsom and Ewell. Building is joining him on the campaign trail
With funding of apprenticeships under threat and training providers not always churning out people with the right skills, how will we get the workers we need?
With a dire shortage of homes in the country, what has the government got to do to get housing working again?
Construction delivers around 7% of the country’s GDP. So why does this Conservative government seem so intent on running the industry that has underpinned the economic recovery into the ground?
The rise of the smaller political parties could mean the next government finds it harder to take a pro-development stance on housebuilding
The chancellor’s focus on regional growth was in contrast to his national infrastructure announcements, which lacked an integrated and coherent approach
MPs are frequently having their ears bent by lobby groups opposed to construction activity, but the run-up to May’s election is a real opportunity to redress the balance