Saturday25 October 2014


Steve Douglas

Lyons: a roar or a whisper?

24 Oct 14

If Labour get in to power, it’ll be the Treasury that decides whether the Lyons Review will make a difference

Sarah Richardson

Building on good news

24 Oct 14

With positive sector reports published this week, it’s important that the staff are found to support these numbers

Joey Gardiner

Look past the politics to Lyons Review details

24 Oct 14

On the face of it, Labour are the first party to produce a comprehensive plan to increase housebuilding 

Roger Hawkins

China deserves better architecture

24 Oct 14

China’s president recently called for an end to ‘weird architecture’ resulting from the construction boom, which could be good news for British designers

Sarah Richardson

Good Employer Guide 2014: The good will out

24 Oct 14

The 50 firms in this year’s guide lead the sector in terms of benefits, career development and staff satisfaction

Bents Green school

Online poll: School spending

23 Oct 14

Should the manifesto contain a pledge for a government-funded programme to address the predicted shortage of new school places? Vote here

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Hansom: Nothing by halves

24 Oct 14

If you’re building a new HQ, why not divert the canal so it’s nearer to you? Moving a 2.5 tonne sculpture? Get a friendly contractor to shift it. Fundraising for charity? Run up 35 floors of a tower. Doing lunch? Do two

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An award for building performance

10 Oct 14

An award based on actual building performance? One already exists

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My digital life

Richard Piggott

My digital life … Richard Piggott

21 Feb 14

The Szerelmey business development manager on Pinterest, a useful app for tube strikes and watching Homeland on his iPad in bed

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