Friday28 April 2017


Sarah Richardson

The Brexit election: Beating the drum

28 Apr 17

A large majority would give the Conservative more freedom in the Brexit negotiations but how would they use it? And are they listening to construction’s concerns?

Chloe McCulloch

Snap election: Construction’s chance

21 Apr 17

The general election is a chance for the industry to make its case to politicians of all parties

Sarah Richardson

Free schools don't come cheap

7 Apr 17

The question of whether the government is spending too much on free schools development is far from clear cut

Sarah Richardson

Nuclear chill

24 Mar 17

Concrete is about to be poured at Hinkley, but future nuclear projects are beset with problems

Sarah Richardson

Budget 2017: That’s all, folks

10 Mar 17

There were no major spending commitments in the Budget but some of the announcements could offer long-term promise

Sarah Richardson

Something in the air

23 Feb 17

Construction should be getting behind Sadiq Khan’s proposals for tackling air pollution from site machinery

Chloe McCulloch

The results are in

10 Feb 17

Our exclusive survey shows the industry would prefer a ‘soft Brexit’ with as little disruption to the status quo as possible

Sarah Richardson

The left behind

27 Jan 17

The UK’s female engineers are having to endure harassment and victimisation at work, which should not be tolerated

Sarah Richardson

Fitzgerald: Cometh the hour …

13 Apr 17

Turning Bovis’ fortunes around will be no small task for Greg Fitzgerald but you wouldn’t bet against him

Sarah Richardson

Our work cut out

31 Mar 17

Labour saving technology might stem the skills shortage, but it’s unlikely to be introduced quickly

Sarah Richardson

Building's manifesto for a better Brexit

17 Mar 17

Our campaign for a better Brexit deal for the industry features eight key demands

Sarah Richardson

Grow your own apprenticeships

3 Mar 17

Firms should use the apprenticeship system to meet the industry’s long-term needs as competition with other industries is set to increase

Sarah Richardson

Moving away from Starter Homes is a big step

16 Feb 17

The government’s switch to supporting housing associations shows policy is heading in the right direction, but construction needs more support in the face of Brexit

Sarah Richardson

Go with the flow

3 Feb 17

Making flood risk management a national infrastructure priority could create more viable areas for development

Sarah Richardson

What kind of Brexit?

19 Jan 17

Building is calling on our readers to complete our survey about your priorities for the sector in the negotiations ahead

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