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    Planning for change

    2018-06-15T06:00:00Z

    The English planning system is in need of a total overhaul, according to the recent Raynsford review. What kind of changes might we implement to create a more straightforward system and one that puts people and communities at its core?

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    Ten years on: Could it happen again?

    2018-06-01T08:20:00Z

    Ten years on from the crash of 2008, how has the industry changed  – and if another downturn strikes, will we be better placed to respond effectively?

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    Building Your Future: The future of consultants

    2018-05-04T07:15:00Z

    Artificial intelligence is set to play a major part in construction. Where does that leave the humans who work in the sector?

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    Inside the machine: the influence of high-tech architecture

    2018-04-18T06:00:00Z

    Ike Ijeh explores the origins, impact and legacy of one of architecture’s most enduring concepts, as we begin a series reflecting on architectural styles through the ages

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    Into the unknown: a housebuilding journey

    2018-04-13T06:00:00Z

    Every great housebuilding era in the last 175 years has featured in our pages. Here, Joey Gardiner asks if the next 25 years will witness a radical rethink in order to hit the ambitious goal of 300,000 homes a year

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    Ten things we don't do now thanks to technology

    2018-04-09T11:40:00Z

    As construction marches forwards into a shiny digital future, spare a thought for the things we have left behind. We have preserved them for future generations here

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    Trailblazers: The Crystal Palace

    2018-03-16T06:00:00Z

    What buildings from the last 175 years were futuristic in their time, or marked a change in how the industry built?

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    Thought for Tomorrow: Cities

    2018-03-16T06:00:00Z

    As part of Building’s 175th anniversary celebrations, we have launched a series in which readers share their visions of how construction could be in 25 years’ time. Here, Matt Goodwin argues that a nuanced approach to urbanisation could transform the capital

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    Building 175: Your future starts here

    2018-03-16T06:00:00Z

    As Building celebrates its 175-year anniversary, we launch the most significant and comprehensive editorial campaign in the publication’s history

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    Building Your Future - mapping the challenges

    2018-03-16T06:00:00Z

    This week, Building launches its “Your Future” campaign  as we celebrate our 175th anniversary year