Leading the Lib Dems may sound like the worst job in politics following the party’s drubbing in last year’s election, but an out-of-sorts Labour sees Tim Farron adopt the role at a time of opportunity
The chair of the Association of University Directors of Estates talks to Building about opportunities in the universities sector
The energy secretary on the Green Deal, nuclear, and George Osborne’s climate change scepticism
Andy Rose has built his reputation by raising private finance for public projects. But is that going to help him deliver 170,000 affordable homes in the next three years?
The man in charge of capital works at the Education Funding Agency has his finger on the ‘go’ button
In his sabbatical from Jones Lang LaSalle, Andrew Gould is busy being chair of the UKGBC – where he intends to ‘educate’ rather than ‘lobby’ the government on green issues
Energy minister Greg Barker talks to Building about why value for money is so important and his passion for the Green Deal
Greg Clark pretty much invented localism as a political idea, and now he’s the minister implementing it as a policy. But he’s adamant that he is genuinely pro-development and not the nimby champion we all fear