Greg Barker presented was optimistic about the UK’s progress on carbon reduction at Ecobuild this week, but the pace of change needs to accelerate
Overheating is just one of the previously unreported design issues we face - the government must invest in sustainability to avert a national crisis
For an industry still, largely, employing the same methods of construction as it did five decades ago, advances in technology represent an opportunity to explore more efficient ways of working
Building’s new initiative, aimed at influencing the main political parties’ policies for the sector, kicks off with one of the biggest industry consultations ever undertaken.
The Treasury wants to look like it’s ready to throw itself behind green policies – but words need to be backed up by action
Increasing airport capacity is vital but both the Estuary and the Constellation airport ideas come with drawbacks
Paul Sheffield may be leaving Kier in good shape but the contracting sector as a whole is not entirely out of the woods
How much will the EU’s new targets for reducing carbon emissions fuel energy efficiency work in the near term?
This week’s National Audit Office review of the free schools programme shows that capital costs have varied widely
PwC’s Charing Cross office has achieved the highest BREEAM rating ever. But the real merit of this project hasn’t been measured