Leading clients and housing minister say factory-built homes could transform the market
Building Live: City Hall insider admits there is uncertainty around how to apply the starter homes policy in the capital
Building Live: Great Portland Estates and Derwent London discuss ‘wellness’ agenda
Building Live: Head of commercial at Crossrail 2 says big contracts on £30bn scheme up for grabs within five years
Building Live: Author of hard-hitting report into construction says clients need to demand more from contractors
Building Live: Client’s capital boss Mike Green says he is open to new entrants in school building
Building Live: Crest Nicholson boss reveals debate will be ‘re-opened’ on S106
Building Live: Housebuilder boss says first modular prototype will be produced by February
Building Live: Investor’s housing boss Ian Eggers looking for potential clients and professional partners
Building Live debate highlights - With new mayor Sadiq Khan now in place, what are London’s priorities for growth?
Building Live debate highlights - The housing minister has said the industry needs to build 200,000 new homes a year for the next five years. Can it be done?
State of play
Sadiq Khan has proved himself a pragmatist - a quality he’ll need to address the capital’s major built environment challenges
The government wants to see one million homes built in England by 2020, but while some housing experts think a little tinkering will get us there, others countenance a far more radical plan
So how’s it looking for construction more than two months after the nation voted for Brexit? Building’s survey of 500 construction professionals suggests that commercial, residential and infrastructure will be the worst hit sectors … but that it’s not all bad news