The UK can create a role for itself to help countries across the world to improve how they build. If we don’t, that prize will go to someone else
If a contract is not specific about what constitutes a breach, how bad do things need to get to justify termination?
Christina Leafe tells Building about south Wales developments, One World Trade Center, and Olympic athletes
Case in focus: Universal Sealants (UK) Ltd (t/a USL Bridgecare) vs Sanders Plant and Waste Management Ltd
Ted Lowery considers a dispute over contracts and concrete
Extreme differences between rich and poor can be found in so many parts of our cities
The new proposals are a giant leap in the right direction, says Joel Gustafsson
Accusations of a blame culture (it wasn’t me!), fake news – and now they’re even dragging Harrison Ford into it
In an era when project margins are getting tighter and tighter, what is the potential impact on mental health?
The launch of the Future Homes Standard consultation is the first concrete step towards the 2025 carbon reduction targets for new homes
Lucy Howard tells Building about Bank station, Formula One factories, and knitting
Good design has a positive effect on the lives of people. We need to collaborate to improve our built environment
Geoff Hurst scores but doesn’t quite repeat the magic and in the battle for London’s tallest tower, it’s game over
The news that central government is putting more money into regeneration can only make a good thing even better, right?
Francis Ho discusses the government’s proposals to improve redress for buyers of new homes
Anne-Marie Winton on the strengthened regulatory powers the long-awaited pensions bill will contain