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Planning reform is a vital part of the government’s pro-growth agenda but now development in London is in danger of stagnating
Consultants are having to become more dynamic and flexible to take advantage of new opportunities
The double-dip is upon us so what can government, and companies themselves, do to help in this hour of need?
Building is proud to join forces with BIS and the Cabinet Office to host an event that brings together industry leaders and policy-makers
It remains to be seen whether the new man at the helm of Davis Langdon can achieve meaningful growth from its talked-about merger
Balfour Beatty’s restructure makes business sense according to the City
No one should underestimate the challenges of the sustainability agenda
How do you apply the UK QS model to an international one? The complexity of global client management is about the only thing everyone agrees on
The school building programme may be stricken with delays and uncertainty, but worse still would be if the underlying finance arrangements are hit
At home our Building 2012 campaign acquires some serious clout, and abroad we’re looking at the best opportunities in India, Qatar and more
The government wants to fuel business growth and force a green revolution – can it have it both ways?
BIM is a radical way of ‘rethinking construction’ - don’t get left behind
The Green Deal is looking increasingly like a poor deal, but the government has time to improve it for all our sakes
As we move into the Olympics year, Building launches a campaign to celebrate the construction industry’s achievements
It’s been a year of BIM, nuclear, PFI, consolidation … and the economy
If you can navigate the frameworks, compliance standards and demanding clients, aviation is a lucrative sector to be in
It’s a big week for the Green Deal but don’t forget about the little guy
Economic realities are serious impacting on the sustainability agenda - but what’s at stake in this delay?
You’ve got to be in it to win it, but who is going to win this consultant sector battle?
PFI’s back in the dock and Mouchel’s run out of luck
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