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EastEnders rebuild project criticised by MPs.
Hong Kong reveals £60bn land reclamation plan.
BSRIA report suggest the European market will double to 415 million Euros by 2023.
Report encourages the use of timber to help tackle climate change.
Skanska signs contract for ‘zero energy' hotel.
AI robots that can sort demolition waste.
World’s tallest wooden building completed in Norway.
Saudi firm orders unit from Denmark to print homes.
An ECA briefing for members about the commercial implications of leaving the EU.
HS2 heat recovery could power hundreds of new homes.
Interserve chief exec says keep calm and carry on.
Government pledges £570m for London housing near transport links.
Industry leaders debate how to improve UK transport networks.
The key points for the construction industry and BSRIA's response.
Government launches infrastructure investment consultation.
Do you understand the different types of stone and which ones you should use where?
Why a wellbeing strategy is vital for property managers.
A crucial moment on any project - and fraught with danger.
The performance gap from a Northern Ireland perspective.
Book review: Buildings of protestant nonconformity.
Design and testing for health and wellbeing - free download from BRE.
Retention in construction contracts.
Campaign for the reform of cash retentions.
How to make roads safer: the debate continues.
What does the Northern Powerhouse mean for us?
The different types of bond in construction contracts.
Healthy planning policy and monitoring in Southwark and Lambeth.
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