Chris-Grayling

MPs ask Grayling to explain why EY was advising Carillion and its client at the same time

2018-05-22T08:46:00+01:00By

Transport secretary admits accountant was simultaneously working for contractor and HS2 which awarded bust firm huge contract last summer

One Lansdowne crop

Croydon planning chief casts doubt over CZWG mega-tower

2018-05-22T06:00:00+01:00By

‘I’m not sure it will ever be built,’ boss admits

Guy Opperman

Carillion directors unlikely to face criminal prosecution over pension deficit, says minister

2018-05-22T06:00:00+01:00By

Department for Work and Pensions says new laws are unlikely to be retrospective

Aberdeen

Galliford Try to take further hit on Aberdeen road job

2018-05-22T06:38:00+01:00By Hamish Champ

Charge will be less than £25m reported in first half, says contractor

Ion Wolverhampton

Wolves office block OK'd

2018-05-22T06:00:00+01:00By

Ion Developments’ i9 scheme is part of £150m revamp for city

Andrew Haines Crop

Former transport boss lands top job at Network Rail

2018-05-22T06:00:00+01:00By

CAA’s Andrew Haines is set to replace Mark Carne

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    2018-05-18T06:00:00+01:00By

    Britain’s QS sector has changed dramatically, with the foreign takeover of big-name firms prompting entrepreneurial types to start up on their own. Have these challenger firms become the new establishment?

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    2018-05-18T06:32:00+01:00

    This week’s poll: Would other sectors benefit from an influx of small new firms in the style of the QS disruptors?

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Elizabeth Tower: The test of time

2018-05-18T06:00:00+01:00By

The Elizabeth Tower is known the world over for housing the bongs of the Big Ben bell, and standing as a symbol of London, the UK and even democracy. But this venerable structure is in dire need of repair – something a five-year, £61m refurbishment programme is taking care of

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