How can the UK deliver the volume of new homes required without sacrificing wellbeing or environmental performance?
The construction activity index for August suggests that we are returning to normality after June’s EU referendum shock
Total construction output grew more than previously thought in 2015, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics
Construction Market Review
London and New York are two of the world’s most successful cities for business. How does commercial property development compare between the two?
Labour cost inflation continues to be the prime driver for an overall rise in building costs, but increased material costs are also playing their part
Shifting economic and social conditions mean developers are increasingly pursuing mixed use schemes but different use classes on a project can cause complications
Firm is number one in contractor league tables after winning job to transform Manchester’s Terminal Two
As we look at the Q2 figures, people are ready to blame Brexit for plunging the UK construction economy into a darker period. But the reality is more complex. Michael Hubbard of Aecom reports