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New consultation announced on a specialist Housing Court to settle landlord-tenant disputes.
Call for living walls to be built in polluted schools.
Westminster council to ban 'super-size' new homes.
BRE and Loughborough University complete first phase refurbishment of demonstration home.
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Construction job vacancy growth starts to slow.
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ICE Scotland launch its new report for a long-term, holistic approach to infrastructure planning and funding.
New CIOB report published on the importance of security in construction.
UN-Habitat seeks ideas for low-cost housing for disaster zones.
Le Corbusier's Paris home reopens its doors to the public.
Government announces additional £2m funding for councils to tackle rogue landlords.
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CIC publishes new suite of novation agreements and collateral warranties.
The annual CIOB Global Student Challenge opens for registration.
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ICE responds to a transport consultation advising the government to make decisions enabling more inclusive cities.
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These are attached to land that is the subject of a planning permission, and used to compensate for negative impacts.
Building surveys provide a detailed evaluation of a property's condition and involve an extensive inspection.
Maintenance is the process of ensuring that buildings retain a good appearance and operate at optimum efficiency.
Self-certification can reduce cost and time by eliminating duplicate inspections and tests.
Cross ventilation occurs where there are pressure differences between one side of a building and the other.
The energy consumed by a building throughout its life should be understood as a means of increasing efficiency.
The last few years have seen renewed interest in traditional mortars and hot mixing.
Construction costs form part of the overall costs incurred during the development of a built asset.
What will the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting Regulations mean for your business?
BSRIA examine the latest international trends in relation to the circular economy.
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