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Spurs chairman says stadium delays down to 'several contractors'


Daniel Levy admits costs have ‘definitely risen’ with club due to give update on new opening date at the end of the month

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Vince Cable demands cap on housebuilders' bonuses

2018-10-16T06:00:00+01:00By 2 comments

Lib Dem leader says senior executives are profiting from Help To Buy activity


Pell Frischmann eyes smaller rivals after clinching acquisitions' war chest


Firm also inks deals worth £30m for work in India and Iraq


Bellway breaks 10,000-homes barrier


North East housebuilder adds that it has set aside £6m for post-Grenfell recladding work


ISG chosen to relocate London university's dentistry school


The £8.5m contract will allow UCL’s Eastman Dental Institute to move from its current home


Somerset council brings in firms for £33m villages works


Willmott Dixon and Balfour Beatty lined up for deals

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Reading into the student accommodation sector: strong steps forward


Brexit looms large on the horizon across all sectors, but the fundamentals of the student sector would appear to remain solid

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    Lead times: July-September 2018

    2018-10-15T12:19:00+01:00By Brian Moone

    With workload and enquiries remaining level, lead times stayed steady for all except two packages – both were driven higher by pressure on design and manufacturing resources

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    Is shopping a dying concept? No wonder it's hurting construction


    As high-street chains close stores around the country, companies that build shops are coming to terms with paused schemes and supply outstripping demand. But many forward-looking firms are exploring alternatives

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    Roundtable: The way forward for fire safety

    2018-10-12T06:00:00+01:00By Debika Ray, Rockwool

    Industry professionals discuss their verdict on Hackitt’s fire safety recommendations, with tougher sanctions, responsibility and a potential Joint Combined Authority in the spotlight.

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  • Leeds mixed-use scheme gets green light

  • Damien Hirst London HQ begins in earnest

  • Image of the week: The fallen

  • Sketch of the week: Crown Inn, Stockport

  • Giant sculpture planned for Newcastle big wheel scheme

  • In pictures: what HS2's Birmingham and Solihull stations will look like

  • Swansea digital arena gets planning

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