The problem of fraudulent skills is not new to construction
Will Cameron’s rhetoric about regenerating the UK’s most run-down estates lead to any benefits for the people who actually live on them?
The industry remains on course to pass 2007 pre-recession levels next year, but it’s no time to put your feet up
Here are seven things we learned at last week’s Building Live conference
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
The question of whether the UK should remain in the European Union is a classically polarised debate
That the UK needs greater flood defences is a no-brainer. Getting a level of co-ordination between government departments and local authorities to make it happen is the challenge
World leaders at the Paris summit entered the final stages of negotiation over an agreement to limit carbon emissions this week
Might the chancellor’s catchphrase of “we are the builders” actually have come good?
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