- Project plans
- Project activities
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RICS launches new Home Survey Standard.
Delay to Parliament refurb highlights benefits of digital planning.
BSRIA to publish HVAC study on changes to food retail sector.
Student's fish-waste bioplastic wins Dyson award.
Fire rips through HPL cladding in Bolton.
London cycleway work reaches new milestone.
Record number of young adults living with parents.
How new technologies and processes could impact on energy efficiency and wellbeing.
BRE launches the BREEAM Data Centres Annex Pilot.
Rates and tax relief for those affected by flooding.
Wind tower keeps people cool without air-conditioning.
Housing market hampered by season, Brexit and general election.
Twenty-first edition of Bannister Fletcher published.
Bedroom tax breaches human rights, says Supreme Court.
N.Ireland scheme wins RIBA House of the Year 2019.
Facadism is on the rise in London.
Global Student Challenge opens for registration.
Former Kier Group CEO becomes ICE president.
Oxford college’s construction plans concern historians.
Another year of growth, says BSRIA.
Property practices to help tenant retention.
Disturbing complacency over short courses.
The new science of building engineering physics.
Replacing lanterns and overthrows in Great Pulteney Street.
Will market-led regeneration work without state intervention?
The New Towns
Infrastructure planning in England's Economic Heartland
Circularity of building materials
Low-voltage switchgear and protective devices.
New report explores impact of independent museums.
Parents are pivotal in reaching future engineers.
What is a final account?
The situation with the insurance of vulnerable properties.
New standards for homes
The redevelopment of Leicester's sewerage system by Joseph Gordon.
A standard design for manses in the Highland districts.
The Prairie School style
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