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Theresa May’s apparent warming towards social housing is in sharp contract to the sector’s relationship with the government three years ago
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The impressive new V A Dundee could have been designed by Frank Gehry
Back in the 1850s, readers were just as excited about developments in the railways as they are today – but for the right reasons
Spending on schools, or lack of it, is once again making the headlines in Building
Two years ago, considering any way to lessen the housing crisis, no matter how expensive and impractical, Building asked: does the Square Mile need more houses?
We look back to reaction just after the EU referendum, when some were jubilant, some were shellshocked and some were downright miserable about the future.
When Manchester began to prepare for 2002’s Commonwealth Games, it had to start from scratch
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