Sarah Richardson

Sarah Richardson

Sarah was previously editor of Building.

Follow Sarah on Twitter @SarahR100

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020 7560 4152
Email:
sarah.richardson@ubm.com
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    And it's goodbye from me

    2017-10-20T00:01:00

    Sarah Richardson’s final leader as editor of Building

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    Modern times

    2017-10-13T00:56:00

    One year on from the Farmer Review, have the report’s conclusions been taken to heart by the sector, and by its biggest client, the government?

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    Fire fighting

    2017-09-22T05:00:00

    Three months on from the horrifying fire at Grenfell Tower, a public inquiry into the fire, and a call for a review of fire regulations has put the design, construction and management of high-rise buildings firmly under scrutiny

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    A private conversation

    2017-09-28T06:00:00

    John McDonnell’s plan to scrap PFI contracts in favour of nationalised infrastructure was immediately slammed - but what would the implications of a PFI-less Britain be?

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    £3.5bn parliament refurb at risk over maiden speech deal

    2017-09-28T23:01:00

    Promise to let all new MPs speak in historic Commons means snap election will wreck repair schedule

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    No great shakes

    2017-10-06T00:01:00

    The country is in the grip of a housing crisis at the same time as carrying out infrastructure improvements that are widely viewed as long-overdue

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    Brexit: And so it begins

    2017-06-23T07:00:00

    A year after the UK decided to leave the EU, the Brexit negotiations have finally started

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    Homes, sweet homes

    2017-07-21T06:00:00

    Government is not taking enough responsibilty for planning affordable housing – as the outcry over Battersea shows

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    Balmy days of summer

    2017-07-28T06:00:00

    Building’s annual top 150 league tables make for far better reading this year than they have for some time

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    Willing the means

    2017-08-04T06:00:00

    The government needs to ensure that changes recommended by the review of building and fire safety regulations actually happen – perhaps by putting its hand in its pocket

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    A lightbulb moment

    2017-08-25T06:00:00

    PFI may not have the best reputation but it is very important that government sorts out a steady flow of schemes and hones its structure

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    Once more unto the breach

    2017-09-01T05:00:00

    The new health and safety sentencing guidelines seem to be having more impact on companies, but the weighting is heaviest on SMEs

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    Learning the hard way

    2017-09-08T00:01:00

    The government’s decision to divert £900m of funding away from school’s capital budgets raises troubling questions over the longer-term impact on the education sector’s estate

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    The streets of London

    2017-09-15T05:04:00

    “A marathon and not a sprint”: that was how London mayor Sadiq Khan described fixing London’s housing crisis as he launched his draft housing strategy last week. But even “marathon” seems an understatement when you take a quick jog through the numbers.

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    Budget 2017: That’s all, folks

    2017-03-10T06:00:00

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

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    Building's manifesto for a better Brexit

    2017-03-17T06:00:00

    Our campaign for a better Brexit deal for the industry features eight key demands

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    Nuclear chill

    2017-03-24T06:00:00

    Concrete is about to be poured at Hinkley, but future nuclear projects are beset with problems

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    Our work cut out

    2017-03-31T06:00:00

    Labour saving technology might stem the skills shortage, but it’s unlikely to be introduced quickly

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    Free schools don't come cheap

    2017-04-07T06:00:00

    The question of whether the government is spending too much on free schools development is far from clear cut

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    Fitzgerald: Cometh the hour …

    2017-04-13T06:00:00

    Turning Bovis’ fortunes around will be no small task for Greg Fitzgerald but you wouldn’t bet against him

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