Daniel Levy admits costs have ‘definitely risen’ with club due to give update on new opening date at the end of the month
Lib Dem leader says senior executives are profiting from Help To Buy activity
Firm also inks deals worth £30m for work in India and Iraq
North East housebuilder adds that it has set aside £6m for post-Grenfell recladding work
The £8.5m contract will allow UCL’s Eastman Dental Institute to move from its current home
Willmott Dixon and Balfour Beatty lined up for deals
Do electric-powered private-hire driverless cars represent the biggest opportunity to redesign our urban environment since the invention of the motor car itself?
We hear Peter Rogers likes to get to the point, somebody isn’t very polite about 22 Bishopsgate, and a Man U fan is blindingly faithful …
Business failures often seem abstract and remote. How does it actually feel to go through the process of winding up your own business?
Fosters’ Stirling laureate is an environmental game-changer
Victoria Peckett describes a case where a strategy to push a contractor into insolvency to resolve a dispute seriously backfired
What might have become a dull business park on the site of London’s 2012 Olympics in Stratford is now a hub for artists and makers
Andrew Anagnost, CEO at Autodesk, on the rise of automated decision making and how we need to give the next generation the opportunity to do things differently
Designer Tom Piper and artist Paul Cummins’ poppy sculpture Weeping Window at the Imperial War Museum in London
This week’s #buildingdoodle sketch is of The Crown Inn, Stockport, by Martin Douglas, associate director at Pad Design
Six years ago we were worrying about the number of construction firms going bust…