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Construction worker salaries drop.
Plans made to pedestrianise and green the Champs-Élysées.
Scotland and Ireland explore potential collaboration opportunities.
London's tall building policy under scrutiny.
New home construction on the rise.
CIOB offers digital guide to proactive methods of working.
CLC issues stark warning: work safely or face shutdown.
Number of skyscrapers completed in 2020 plummets.
RICS opens consultation on valuations on buildings with cladding.
London plumbing company sends message to anti-vax staff.
Contractors who made COVID site retrofits may be eligible for tax rebates.
Plastic waste shipments must be now approved by recipient country.
HBC Foundation publishes report on the evolution of MMC.
Government takes steps to revise building safety legislation.
HMRC offering free online courses addressing IR35 changes.
How elements and processes work together in a systems approach.
Tech will drive professional development in fields tied to infrastructure.
The idea for the structure emerged from the architect's dream.
Changing air tightness requirements prompt testing and revisions.
Product can be 'grown' into bricks or used as a self-healing building material.
Availability payment arrangements involve project performance.
EU responds to COVID-19 with NextGenerationEU plan.
Property developer and founder of London Brick Company.
Radical new designs to control drinking after the first world war.
Creative specifications for performance and aesthetic benefits.
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