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Amid a flurry of evidence about the horrific conditions some workers in Qatar have faced, it is easy to say that workers’ rights and their enforcement need extensive reform
With local and regional elections out of the way, the countdown to the poll that could potentially have the biggest effect on the country has now begun in earnest
The new mayor of London faces huge challenges, as far as the built environment is concerned
The construction sector has become well used to ups and downs in economic assessments of its performance
The level of complexity involved in the safe operation and maintenance of cranes is underlined by the length of time taken to reach a verdict over the Battersea tragedy
Three weeks from now, Londoners will head to the polls to decide who will fill the sizeable Boris-shaped void in the capital’s City Hall
Zaha Hadid broke boundaries and will inspire a new generation of young architects with her inventiveness and experimentation
After half a decade of pressure, persuasion and investment, how successful has the initiative been?
The government’s plans to cut disability benefits has meant that last week’s Budget has come in for intense public and political scrutiny and now the government needs to find £4.4bn to balance its books
Confirmation that the government is backing the NIC is welcome but their approach to infrastructure is still falling short of the mark
Real sustainability means a built environment that can sustain its current, and future, population
The picture painted by the government of a fresh regeneration push as a fix to poverty ignores the complexity of the communities it is designed to help
The noise from Westminster on the decision dubbed “one of the biggest in our lifetimes” by Cameron has only built as the week has gone on
TfL’s launch of a 300-acre development programme will promote a significant amount of investment in the built environment at a time when it is desperately needed
Will next Tuesday be the day EDF finally gives the go-ahead to a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point C?
Will Westminster finally help address construction’s skills shortfall?
The problem of fraudulent skills is not new to construction
The question of whether the UK should remain in the European Union is a classically polarised debate
Will Cameron’s rhetoric about regenerating the UK’s most run-down estates lead to any benefits for the people who actually live on them?
That the UK needs greater flood defences is a no-brainer. Getting a level of co-ordination between government departments and local authorities to make it happen is the challenge
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