Wednesday18 January 2017


Sarah Richardson

Up the garden path

11 Jan 17

Garden villages are earmarked to provide 48,000 homes which won’t be a gamechanger for the UK’s housing supply

Sarah Richardson

Make Brexit work for us

6 Jan 17

Building is starting 2017 by launching a campaign to secure a fair deal for construction from Brexit

Chloe McCulloch

The new reality

9 December 2016

New Yorkers didn’t vote for Trump just as Londoners didn’t vote for Brexit, but whatever their misgivings the business of doing business goes on

Sarah Richardson

Autumn Statement: Gently does it

24 Nov 16

The chancellor’s abandonment of the deficit target does not herald an era of public spending largesse, but clearly housing and infrastructure will benefit from an investment boost

Chloe McCulloch

BIM: digital dexterity and the next level

11 Nov 16

Building’s latest BIM survey shows usage is widening and deepening but SMEs must not be left behind on this digital journey

Sarah Richardson

Heathrow: The Great British take-off

26 Oct 16

The government has at least followed the advice of the Davies Commission, but the prospect of a long consultation is concerning  


Theresa May: The record so far

14 Oct 16

The first three months of Theresa May’s tenure has seen her strong early promise soured

Sarah Richardson

2016: Times were running wild

16 Dec 16

It’s time to look back at a year full of changes

Sarah Richardson

Housing: Time to get serious

2 Dec 16

If the government is serious about tackling the housing crisis more needs to be done

Sarah Richardson

You want it darker?

18 November 2016

Economic uncertainty is growing, leaving market sentiment finely balanced

Sarah Richardson

Brexit’s gaping holes

4 Nov 16

Construction faces the prospect of losing large chunks of its workforce because of Brexit


Farmer Review: Telling it as it is

19 Oct 16

Mark Farmer’s review outlines familiar problems but is hopefully the spark for powerful change

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