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By Josephine Smit, Josephine Smit 2003-06-27T00:00:00+01:00
Associations are eager to develop, but are suffering the constraints of private housebuilders, and more besides. Meanwhile, housing undersupply numbers go on growing. Kent's proposal is a measure of desperation – and things can only get worse.
With COP26 having ended in a bit of a whimper, we must now ask ourselves what we as an industry can do to make change
COP26 is coming and professionals in the built environment must use this moment to focus minds on the path to net zero
Members want a more transparent organisation representing them – and they want their voices to be heard
Anita Clifford advises firms to implement robust measure to combat fraud and bribery even in its most subtle forms
Unable to get more Treasury funding, the secretary of state has found a convenient punch bag and housebuilders could be left reeling for years
We have dealt with huge challenges over the past two years, but they have only created more hurdles for our industry to negotiate in 2022
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