Further 11 employees made redundant as administrator fails to secure offers for Anglo Holt
Developer names Paul Huberman as new non-executive director
Premier League club fends off legal challenge to compulsory purchase order
Pickles now deciding whether to call Allies & Morrison scheme in after judge ruled procurement was unlawful
Former WSP UK managing director Mark Naysmith will run the combined division
Inflation-busting pay increases and robust recruitment growth characterise this year’s Hays consultants’ salary survey. But employee discontent and ongoing skills shortages could deflate the widespread optimism
Here’s a scrap over what constitutes a construction contract. When the winner asked for its hefty costs to be paid, that’s when the judge got his axe out
If a building interferes with a neighbour’s right to light, the courts can get the developer to knock it down - but changes are afoot that may redress the balance in the developer’s favour
Francis Ho considers a world where parties can adjudicate under collateral warranties and asks what can be done to put the genie back in the bottle
A reader responds to James Bessey’s legal article
Are communications protocols necessary to support the payment process?
Government attacks on judicial review have overlooked its importance in giving the professions a voice and keeping regulators in check
This module examines the key regulations concerning the accessibility of building entrances and highlights ways to avoid the main risks. It is sponsored by LABC Warranty
With less than a year to go until the deadline for all government projects to use level 2 BIM, this module explains some of the key concepts that underpin the collaboration technology. It is sponsored by Vectorworks
This module sets out the advantages of a pumped, circulating drinking-water system in preventing the growth of Legionella bacteria. It is sponsored by Wavin
The use of BIM is becoming more widespread throughout the globe. So what opportunities does this offer those with BIM skills who want a job abroad?
The real weakness of the industry today lies in skills, training and diversity
Criticised for its complexity, the CITB is reforming its method for levying the funds it uses to subsidise industry training. The streamlined plans will see some employees paying less, but for others, it could mean a larger bill.