All Leader articles – Page 13

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    After the vote

    2015-05-07T10:00:00Z

    As Britain goes to the polls, how concerned should construction be about the impact of a close election outcome?

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Seriously, now

    2015-04-24T00:00:00Z

    The election may have been dominating the news for weeks, but it is really only now - with all manifestos in the public domain - that the battle for votes is under way

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    The BIM race

    2015-04-17T06:00:00Z

    Research shows that the overall number of firms saying they use BIM has dropped in the last year - should we be worried?

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    The new and improved Brookfield Multiplex

    2015-04-10T00:00:00Z

    Brookfield Multiplex’s turnaround is a remarkable one; not just because of what was achieved, but how

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    A test of loyalty

    2015-03-25T17:00:00Z

    Leo Quinn’s ability to restore Balfour Beatty’s former glory relies on clients not being spooked by the firm’s latest woes

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    A Budget for the regions

    2015-03-18T17:41:00Z

    The chancellor’s focus on regional growth was in contrast to his national infrastructure announcements, which lacked an integrated and coherent approach

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Nobody wins

    2015-03-13T06:00:00Z

    The rise of the smaller political parties could mean the next government finds it harder to take a pro-development stance on housebuilding

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    In from the cold

    2015-03-05T12:00:00Z

    The drive to retrofit may be the biggest casualty of the government’s failure to fulfil its green promises

  • Joey Gardiner
    Comment

    Are greens good for you?

    2015-02-27T06:00:00Z

    Those promoting sustainability have to get better at putting the case that investing in green construction can boost growth

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Hear our voice

    2015-02-20T06:00:00Z

    The sector’s thoughts on political developments count for little if they’re not being heard by Westminster

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    The privileged few

    2015-02-13T06:00:00Z

    It’s imperative that architecture doesn’t become an occupation only available to the wealthy elite

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Mixed messages

    2015-02-06T06:00:00Z

    Agenda 15 is starting to make its mark in Westminster, but there is still plenty to be done

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    One by one

    2015-01-30T06:00:00Z

    If everyone pitches in, the effort required to breach the skills gap might be smaller than you think

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    A need for certainty

    2015-01-23T06:00:00Z

    John Laing’s return to the stock market has highlighted the UK’s short-term approach to infrastructure

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Tipping point has come

    2015-01-16T06:00:00Z

    Local Government Association warns that country is approaching “tipping point” in shortage of school places

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Time to be heard

    2015-01-09T00:00:00Z

    As Westminster plans for the election, now is the time for construction to show its importance to the country’s growth

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    We will go to the ball

    2014-12-19T06:00:00Z

    Before 2014 draws to a close, it’s important to look at how the sector can get the most out of 2015

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    So how did it do?

    2014-12-12T00:00:00Z

    With its five-year term almost up, how has the government performed overall when it comes to construction?

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Tension at the heart of government policy

    2014-12-04T09:35:00Z

    Aside from stamp duty reform, the story for construction in the Autumn Statement was a continuation of the narrative under the coalition, rather than a radical overhaul

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Coming soon

    2014-11-28T06:00:00Z

    George Osborne’s Autumn Statement is unlikely to be a blockbuster, but there will be plenty for the sector to look out for