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Stanhope rejigs approved City tower plans to make scheme more sustainable

2024-04-22T14:43:00+01:00

Developer to focus on re-using existing building at 60 Gracechurch Street two years after buying site from Hong Kong firm

Philippa Spence 2021

‘Government flip-flopping on climate has cost us work’: Ramboll’s Philippa Spence on what she wants from UK politicians

The UK managing director talks to Tom Lowe about the impact that government dithering over net zero policy has had on her firm and the industry as a whole over the past five years

Women in Construction special report in partnership with Gleeds

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