Might the chancellor’s catchphrase of “we are the builders” actually have come good?
How much is really at stake for the sector in next week’s spending announcement?
Five years on, Osborne’s axe has most definitely not been blunted
Away from the glorious technicolor of the city’s central celebrity haunts, a very different setting dominates
Bringing a solution to the housing shortage under the remit of the NIC would show the Conservatives mean business
Can the loss of long-established, British construction brands ever be justified?
There are plenty of signs of a growing construction market from which to draw encouragement as the sector gears up for its autumn trading
The employment of migrant labour has been a problematic issue for construction for a long time
With the release of a bullish set of forecasts predicting the industry’s global market will double over the next 15 years, Christmas could come early for construction
With the summer of recovery looking in increasing danger of being over before it has really begun
The government must act quickly on energy efficiency delivery – damage has already been done
Senior party representatives seemed determined not to get engaged in too many policy specifics which might frighten the horses
Commentators across the country attempt to assess the impact
The last time a new government was formed the school building sector was handed an abrupt halt
The government must be careful not to deter housing associations