Balfour Beatty’s decision to walk away from merger talks with Carillion is far from the conclusion of this story
If housing is a long-term priority for the UK, the planning system does not recognise it
Construction badly needs people with skills yet is failing to appeal both to those who have no experience of work and to those who are drawn to other industries
Balfour Beatty used to be my pin-up boys, so what has gone wrong?
There was more hand-wringing embarassment for the industry this week as construction bosses gave evidence on blacklisting to MPs
Lack of diversity in the property sector is a real problem, here are some ideas for how to tackle it …
With Gove gone, architects sniff better days ahead, the revolving door of planning ministers takes another turn, a former Kier boss makes a speedy, if unadventurous, comeback, and JCB digs 18 more holes
A reader responds to Simon Rawlinson’s column with her own ideas about how to tackle the skills shortage