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Nuclear Alert

Hitachi set for Wylfa nuclear plant talks

24 Apr 17 12:25 pm | By Iain Withers

Japanese tech giant expected to discuss level of UK government support

Farrells' Kennedy Town swimming pool in Hong Kong

Farrells unveils futuristic Hong Kong baths

24 Apr 17 9:58 am | By Jim Dunton

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool project finishes after half-decade intermission

Interserve school in Caldicot

Interserve wins £36.5m South Wales school

24 Apr 17 9:52 am | By Hamish Champ

Firm secures contract to design and build new secondary school in Monmouthshire

Stockholm

T&T picks up trio of Microsoft projects

24 Apr 17 8:00 am | By Louise Dransfield

The firm is to work on three projects for tech giant in Scandinavia

Norman Foster

Foster's planning job cuts

21 Apr 17 1:52 pm | By Dave Rogers

Firm blames ‘uncertainty in construction market’ for job losses

Canal Reach Kings Cross Bennetts Associates

Bennetts unveils King's Cross HQ building images

21 Apr 17 10:57 am | By Hamish Champ

Architect releases new visualisations of 55,525 m² office building

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ANALYSIS

Tour of a building site

Autumn Statement: Hit and miss

30 Nov 16 | By David Blackman

Last week’s Autumn Statement trumpeted an extra £1.4bn for 40,000 affordable homes, but is the government set to miss its own target?

Child reaching for plane

So near and yet so far…

28 Oct 16 | By Yoosof Farah, Dave Rogers

Setting up the National Infrastructure Commission was seen as a sign of the government’s commitment to getting rail, power and other major schemes built

Garden Bridge

Garden Bridge: Troubled crossing

19 Apr 17 | By David Blackman

Dame Margaret Hodge’s recent report on the controversial Garden Bridge has highlighted the question of whether the mayor of London should pull the plug on the project

bovis-homes

Bovis names new Southern head

19 Apr 17 | By Dave Rogers

House builder rings changes on day new chief exec starts

Here’s the snag …

Bovis: Here’s the snag …

13 Apr 17 | By Joey Gardiner

Bovis Homes recently set aside £7m to deal with its torrent of snagging complaints from buyers of its properties - and it’s not the only housebuilder criticised for selling unfinished and faulty homes

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HS2

Mace to decide this month on HS2 legal action

11 Apr 17 | By Dave Rogers

Rail link’s chairman up before MPs next week to discuss contract fiasco

Former police station

Schools for scandal?

7 Apr 17 | By Joey Gardiner

The government has put its all behind its manifesto commitment to provide 500 free schools, with £10bn of funding to back it up

HS2

Mace warns HS2 legal action still on the cards in contract dispute

30 Mar 17 | By Dave Rogers

Threat comes a day after CH2M walked away from disputed deal

COMMUNITY OPINION

Debbie Hobbs

What's the social value of an office building?

24 Apr 17

A recent study has tried to quantify the social impact an office development can have on a local area, the theory being if you can measure it you can maximise it

Ballot box

Online poll: Election 2017

20 Apr 17

Will the election give construction an opportunity to bring its priorities to the forefront of the political agenda? Vote here

Richard Steer 2014

Barwell is ridiculously optimistic

20 Apr 17

The housing minister’s assertions that Brexit will not affect the speed and quality of reforms outlined in the housing white paper do not match up with the reality of a depleted and overworked civil service

Ballot box

Online poll: Election 2017

20 Apr 17

Will the election give construction an opportunity to bring its priorities to the forefront of the political agenda? Vote here

Richard Steer 2014

Barwell is ridiculously optimistic

20 Apr 17

The housing minister’s assertions that Brexit will not affect the speed and quality of reforms outlined in the housing white paper do not match up with the reality of a depleted and overworked civil service

Simon Lewis

Wheels within wheels

20 Apr 17

Framework agreements with complex linked subcontracts can lead to cases centred on how the contracts work, rather than the substance of the dispute itself

Ted Lowery

Case in focus: Part 8 application

20 Apr 17

In what circumstances can a Part 8 application be used to oppose enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision?

Rebecca Larkin

Election unlikely to answer key questions

19 Apr 17

May’s snap election will cause minor short term challenges, while major Brexit battles lie ahead

bovis-homes

Bovis names new Southern head

19 Apr 17

House builder rings changes on day new chief exec starts