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Financiers worried by 50 year length of struggling firm’s contract
DCLG data shows net additional housing grew by just 2% in 2017/18
Patrik Schumacher takes fellow executors of late architect’s will to court
Stocks slump amid fears over the future of Theresa May’s Brexit deal
Railway bosses said in summer scheme would be delayed until next autumn
The initial market reaction to the Brexit vote was muted, with output soon recovering strongly, but the trend seems likely to have turned, just as our exit from the EU is imminent. Michael Hubbard of Aecom reports
The courts have held an employer liable for a rogue data breach by an employee – although the company broke no rules. James Bessey explains why
Will we have enough of the right people to build our projects to the right standards and at the right price?
With men making up the vast majority of the construction industry, a fair conclusion is that it is male behaviours around mental health that most need to be tackled: by training people in non-judgmental listening and saying it is “OK not to be OK”.
News of green belt boundaries being altered can often result in an element of local opposition, but amendments to national planning policy provide opportunities for better engagement
Welsh Streets is a radical build-to-rent scheme that encourages community and provides a blueprint for developers all around the country to copy.
Construction workers pause to watch the Red Sox World Series victory parade through the streets of Boston, Massachusetts
This week’s #buildingdoodle sketch is by Amsterdam-based researcher and artist Carlijn Kingma
Six years ago we reported on some imaginative – if costly – space age ideas for tackling climate change