The government needs to act now to have any chance of staving off a housing crisis
So, now the news has sunk in and David Cameron is back in Number 10, what does the result really mean for construction?
The election may have been dominating the news for weeks, but it is really only now - with all manifestos in the public domain - that the battle for votes is under way
Brookfield Multiplex’s turnaround is a remarkable one; not just because of what was achieved, but how
The chancellor’s focus on regional growth was in contrast to his national infrastructure announcements, which lacked an integrated and coherent approach
The drive to retrofit may be the biggest casualty of the government’s failure to fulfil its green promises
The sector’s thoughts on political developments count for little if they’re not being heard by Westminster
As Britain goes to the polls, how concerned should construction be about the impact of a close election outcome?
Research shows that the overall number of firms saying they use BIM has dropped in the last year - should we be worried?
Leo Quinn’s ability to restore Balfour Beatty’s former glory relies on clients not being spooked by the firm’s latest woes
The rise of the smaller political parties could mean the next government finds it harder to take a pro-development stance on housebuilding
Those promoting sustainability have to get better at putting the case that investing in green construction can boost growth