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Housing

Nigel Wilson

Housing association frameworks: One size doesn’t fit all

15 Aug 17 | By Nigel Wilson

For big housing associations, one framework, open to all contractors and consultants, is not specific enough to meet demand

Mark-Farmer

Why we must transform

14 Aug 17 | By Mark Farmer

Construction must change its ways. The government may at last be listening to our concerns, but if the sector does not innovate and attract a new breed of young workers, then it is in serious trouble

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Architects & design

Michael Brennan

Large-scale recruitment should be phased, like any successful project

28 Jul 17 | By Michael Brennan

Employers need to recruit carefully to ensure that mass hiring of new employees does not dilute the company’s culture

Sadie Morgan

At what cost?

26 Jul 17 | By Sadie Morgan

It’s important to look at what is lost when competing design proposals are judged simply on how much money they will take to build out

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Legal

Stephanie Canham

Contracts: Getting the foundations right

17 Aug 17

A fitness for purpose obligation has been ratified by the highest court in the land – that has got people talking

Ted Lowery

Case in focus: Relief from sanctions

10 Aug 17 | By Ted Lowery

Should a claimant be entitled to default judgment on a claim that was dependent upon the outcome of separate proceedings?

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Infrastructure

Richard Threlfall

Infrastructure: Talking heads

13 Jul 17 | By Richard Threlfall

Infrastructure’s many stakeholders have plenty to say, and Richard Threlfall can imagine just what they’re thinking, too. The next step is to learn how to listen to each other

Richard McCarthy

What we can do for Brexit

21 Jun 17 | By Richard McCarthy

The best way to bolster the UK’s negotiating position in Brexit is to have a strong and growing economy. The construction industry needs pull together to show the government how it can help that to happen

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Contractors

Mark-Farmer

Why we must transform

14 Aug 17 | By Mark Farmer

Construction must change its ways. The government may at last be listening to our concerns, but if the sector does not innovate and attract a new breed of young workers, then it is in serious trouble

Chloe McCulloch

Construction's fortunes: A sea change

11 Aug 17 | By Chloë McCulloch

Construction’s growth slowdown brings concerns about infrastructure project delays and low margins into sharp focus – and highlights the need for a change of mindset

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Analysis

Guildhall Art Gallery

No place like home: Staycations, Part 3

15 Aug 17 | By Louise Dransfield

Looking for a vacation without airport stress and high costs? Read the third part of a trip around the UK’s best holiday destinations

Belfast

No place like home: Staycations, Part 2

14 Aug 17 | By Louise Dransfield

Looking for a vacation without airport stress and high costs? Read the second part of a trip around the UK’s best holiday destinations


Hansom HT

Hansom: Slightly unexpected

11 Aug 17

An accountant has an unusual selling point, the staff at the Cheesegrater are more healthy than the name of the building suggests and there’s a little bit of love for everyone at the new Postal Museum

sustainability: future cities

Steve Douglas

Grenfell review must be considered and fearless

20 Jul 17 | By Steve Douglas

Politicians and professionals must be responsible and forensic in seeking the truth

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sustainability: international

Nick Cullen

The wrong targets

26 Jun 17 | By Nick Cullen

The UK is about to miss a key renewables target but there have been substantial improvements in carbon reduction

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sustainability: green energy

Nick Cullen

The wrong targets

26 Jun 17 | By Nick Cullen

The UK is about to miss a key renewables target but there have been substantial improvements in carbon reduction

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