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Contractors up salaries as competition for staff grows

2018-11-14T07:00:00+00:00By

Site managers among those benefiting from tug-of-war with housebuilders eager to poach talent

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Tech sector overtakes financial services to lead demand for new London office space

2018-11-14T07:00:00+00:00By

Deloitte’s crane survey reveals start-ups shunning secondhand office space to win and retain staff

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East Bank facades work up for grabs

2018-11-14T07:00:00+00:00By

The London Legacy Development Corporation has also revealed it will deliver the scheme using a contract management approach

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Council says Dragons' Den venue can be turned into office block

2018-11-14T07:00:00+00:00By

Over 500 staff expected to work in former warehouse near London Bridge

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Bam blooms with RHS deal

2018-11-14T07:00:00+00:00By

Scheme designd by Hodder + Partners

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Interserve's share price tanks on back of Derby waste woe

2018-11-13T14:14:00+00:00By

Share price shredded in Monday and Tuesday trading

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Projects: Building Awards 2018 Refurbishment winner - Welsh Streets

2018-11-14T07:00:00+00:00By

Welsh Streets is a radical build-to-rent scheme that encourages community and provides a blueprint for developers all around the country to copy.

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Talent on the move: there's a tug of war for skills in the contractor market

2018-11-14T07:00:00+00:00

Will we have enough of the right people to build our projects to the right standards and at the right price?

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  • Is this the end of the road for Help to Buy?

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​It’s OK not to be OK. But how do we make people OK?

2018-11-13T14:01:00+00:00By

With men making up the vast majority of the construction industry, a fair conclusion is that it is male behaviours around mental health that most need to be tackled: by training people in non-judgmental listening and saying it is “OK not to be OK”.

Sarah Clinch BW 2018

Is altering the green belt the key to solving the UK’s housing crisis?

2018-11-13T14:35:00+00:00By

News of green belt boundaries being altered can often result in an element of local opposition, but amendments to national planning policy provide opportunities for better engagement

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Grenfell – a question of trust?

2018-11-09T07:00:00+00:00By Colm Lacey

If the Grenfell fire teaches us one thing, says Colm Lacey, it is that the construction and development sectors need to create a culture of trustworthiness and humanity

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Thought for tomorrow: Conservation areas

2018-11-09T07:00:00+00:00By

Tony Barton suggests how to put nimbyism to more constructive use

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Projects: Heatherwick's Coal Drops Yard

2018-10-29T06:00:00+00:00By

Heatherwick Studio’s Coal Drops Yard retail hub in north London revels in the idiosyncrasies of its original Victorian warehouse architecture and uses them in a brazenly theatrical way to upstage all else on Argent’s King’s Cross Central masterplan.

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