Our 2021 programme of unique content, events, exclusive data, research and business insight.
All the latest evidence from the Grenfell Inquiry
2021 programme of webinars
Building Awards 2021
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Building’s David Blackman reports from Liverpool where Labour’s remoteness from government is all too apparent
Labour conference latest: Former frontbencher John Healey gives mixed review of party policy
Would leaving the EU have an adverse effect on the UK construction industry’s labour costs? Here’s how you voted
The home front House of Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg thinks there’s no need to move MPs and peers out of the Palace of Westminster while work to upgrade it is carried out. Last month, a review of the plan suggested otherwise. Doing so, it said, would ...
Major investors are a driving force behind the net zero revolution as they become increasingly vocal about what they expect from the businesses in which they invest
A surge in optimism is wonderful to see, but material price inflation could put a brake on construction’s rebound
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