All Leader articles – Page 8

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Budget 2017: That’s all, folks

    2017-03-10T06:00:00Z

    There were no major spending commitments in the Budget but some of the announcements could offer long-term promise

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Grow your own apprenticeships

    2017-03-03T06:00:00Z

    Firms should use the apprenticeship system to meet the industry’s long-term needs as competition with other industries is set to increase

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Something in the air

    2017-02-23T06:00:00Z

    Construction should be getting behind Sadiq Khan’s proposals for tackling air pollution from site machinery

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Moving away from Starter Homes is a big step

    2017-02-16T06:00:00Z

    The government’s switch to supporting housing associations shows policy is heading in the right direction, but construction needs more support in the face of Brexit

  • Chloe McCulloch
    Comment

    The results are in

    2017-02-10T06:00:00Z

    Our exclusive survey shows the industry would prefer a ‘soft Brexit’ with as little disruption to the status quo as possible

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Go with the flow

    2017-02-03T06:00:00Z

    Making flood risk management a national infrastructure priority could create more viable areas for development

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    The left behind

    2017-01-27T06:00:00Z

    The UK’s female engineers are having to endure harassment and victimisation at work, which should not be tolerated

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    What kind of Brexit?

    2017-01-19T06:00:00Z

    Building is calling on our readers to complete our survey about your priorities for the sector in the negotiations ahead

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Up the garden path

    2017-01-11T10:48:00Z

    Garden villages are earmarked to provide 48,000 homes which won’t be a gamechanger for the UK’s housing supply

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Make Brexit work for us

    2017-01-06T06:00:00Z

    Building is starting 2017 by launching a campaign to secure a fair deal for construction from Brexit

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    2016: Times were running wild

    2016-12-16T07:00:00Z

    It’s time to look back at a year full of changes

  • Chloe McCulloch
    Comment

    The new reality

    2016-12-09T00:00:00Z

    New Yorkers didn’t vote for Trump just as Londoners didn’t vote for Brexit, but whatever their misgivings the business of doing business goes on

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Housing: Time to get serious

    2016-12-02T06:00:00Z

    If the government is serious about tackling the housing crisis more needs to be done

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Autumn Statement: Gently does it

    2016-11-24T10:36:00Z

    The chancellor’s abandonment of the deficit target does not herald an era of public spending largesse, but clearly housing and infrastructure will benefit from an investment boost

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    You want it darker?

    2016-11-18T00:00:00Z

    Economic uncertainty is growing, leaving market sentiment finely balanced

  • Chloe McCulloch
    Comment

    BIM: digital dexterity and the next level

    2016-11-11T10:22:00Z

    Building’s latest BIM survey shows usage is widening and deepening but SMEs must not be left behind on this digital journey

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Brexit’s gaping holes

    2016-11-04T06:00:00Z

    Construction faces the prospect of losing large chunks of its workforce because of Brexit

  • Sarah Richardson
    Comment

    Heathrow: The Great British take-off

    2016-10-26T10:56:00Z

    The government has at least followed the advice of the Davies Commission, but the prospect of a long consultation is concerning  

  • Sarah
    Comment

    Farmer Review: Telling it as it is

    2016-10-19T06:00:00Z

    Mark Farmer’s review outlines familiar problems but is hopefully the spark for powerful change

  • Sarah
    Comment

    Theresa May: The record so far

    2016-10-14T06:00:00Z

    The first three months of Theresa May’s tenure has seen her strong early promise soured