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Organisation revises actions around dealing with COVID-19.
Gloucester firm converts derelict sites into homeless accommodations.
Scottish Government approves UK's largest new hydro project.
UK and Thailand form Smarter Cities partnership.
Asbestos no more; Canadian town selects new name.
HMRC resumes IR35 employment tax changes.
CLC publishes Brexit guidance update for construction.
Who are the change agents? Profession seeks leadership during transformation.
West London housing estate evacuated over fire concerns.
Former Environment Agency exec joins water company under investigation.
CIOB, NFCC, RIBA, RICS call for changes ahead of Building Safety Bill.
BESA introduces associate membership category.
Flood resistant homes built on raised piles.
Working to create modular homes made from recycled plastic.
University of Wolverhampton School of Architecture and Built Environment opens.
The skyscraper competition: why has the US exited the race to the top?
John Lewis enters build to rent market.
Expert insight sought on Green Book reform.
Getting into the construction business?
Pressure washer falls from 29 floors onto central Birmingham street.
Cultural changes in construction needed, says Dame Judith Hackitt.
IKEA announces buyback initiative for unwanted furniture.
White elephant construction projects.
Developments in the Future Homes Standard.
An American chimney feature with a colourful past.
Homes based on need, not ability to pay.
Historic England adds 216 entries to the 'at risk' register.
Will cycling and walking provisions be preserved?
Assembly point levels range from relative to ultimate.
Campaigning to change perceptions about American Brutalism.
Report from The Carbon Project reveals shortcomings and recommendations.
Advice on how to join the electrotechnical profession.
Sprinkler head configurations can prioritise people or property.
BREEAM Building Back Better briefing paper provides initial guidance.
Software for construction project management.
Sandstone Norman cathedral plagued by poor planning, fire and other misfortune.
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