More Opinion

  • Nick Cullen
    Comment

    The other single market

    2016-11-08T09:36:00Z

    The UK relies heavily on the single electricity market, let’s hope Brexit doesn’t disrupt this vital trade with European networks

  • Sarah
    Comment

    The darling buds of May

    2016-10-07T06:00:00Z

    Theresa May’s Brexit announcement provides clarity but raises concerns

  • Jack Pringle
    Comment

    Brexit: Glass half full

    2016-09-29T06:00:00Z

    We may have made a grave mistake in leaving the EU, but little can be achieved by dwelling on a bad hand. Perhaps we can do ‘Apple in Ireland’ incentive schemes: tax breaks, transport links and a Plymouth port that looks like Singapore

  • Sarah
    Comment

    Brexit: The slow burn

    2016-09-08T06:00:00Z

    Exclusive research by Building shows the construction industry may be slowing down faster than we think after the Brexit vote

  • brexit-index
    Features

    State of play: Industry voices Brexit concerns

    2016-09-08T06:00:00Z

    So how’s it looking for construction more than two months after the nation voted for Brexit? Building’s survey of 500 construction professionals suggests that commercial, residential and infrastructure will be the worst hit sectors … but that it’s not all bad news

  • Sadie Morgan
    Comment

    Embracing uncertainty in the wake of Brexit

    2016-08-10T06:00:00Z

    We mustn’t let cynicism guide our response to the result of the EU referendum. Let’s stay positive and use the uncertainty of Brexit to create new opportunities

  • Steve Denniss
    Comment

    What has Europe ever done for rail?

    2016-08-02T12:23:00Z

    Britain stands to gain massively from Europe’s Digital Railway Programme, we shouldn’t let Brexit de-rail us

  • Chris Tinker
    Comment

    Getting back on track

    2016-07-27T06:00:00Z

    The vote to leave the EU triggered a loss in investor and buyer confidence. While there has been some recovery, sentiment remains cautious and both developers and the government must look to support housing delivery in uncertain times

  • hospital
    Features

    Fixing the NHS

    2016-07-22T06:00:00Z

    Health service spending on building maintenance and repairs faces a £4.3bn backlog. But there is good news for the construction industry

  • Jack Pringle
    Comment

    Negotiating a post-Brexit position

    2016-07-20T06:00:00Z

    The British economy could well slip into recession as a result of the decision to leave the EU - and negotiating a benign post-Brexit position will take years. We have no option but to choose the best model and make a good fist of it