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The government announces an independent review of HS2
Fire is the 'biggest cause of loss for engineering claims'
RIBA report helps boost conservation accreditation
Historic England invites views from sector colleagues on CPD
Housing association to build plastic-free homes.
Competence Steering Group publishes interim proposals to deliver safer buildings.
Chinese fugitive’s skyscraper sold in online auction.
World’s largest land crane ready for Hinkley.
City Corporation launches the UK’s first planning wind guidelines.
Aecom prints a graphene arch.
Risks remain across the programme.
Game changing laser solution to protect overhead services at roadworks.
How digital management tools can help workers from different countries.
Debris from Didcot demolition causes power cut.
£600 million funding boost to build 50,000 new homes.
CIOB reacts to the appointment of new construction minister.
Pontefract Castle is removed from the at risk register.
New Highland Council measures to reduce construction waste.
Banks challenges government wind power policy.
Self-employed construction worker jailed for dodging tax.
What happens to the Construction Products Regulation if there is no Brexit deal.
CIOB becomes a Northern Powerhouse Partner.
Notre Dame reconstruction to restart after lead pollution worries.
Innovative scaffold screen cuts site costs.
The Scottish property court system should be replicated in England and Wales.
Consultation on the measurement of land for development and planning.
Rolling out Edinburgh climate change heritage launch
ICE Wales celebrates Pontypridd’s industrial heritage
Civils' staff to wear mental health monitors
Korean concrete system builds three floors at once
IT sensors tackle energy wastage in Finland flats.
Energy house research facility to be built at Salford University.
Vulnerable residents at risk from under-qualified workforce
How do we measure air tightness in buildings?
The Housing Infrastructure Fund
Encouraging access to local amenities and sustainable transport.
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Exploring local assets of community significance. Book review.
Wood-burning stoves should not be used in thatch-roofed buildings.
Servitisation, smart systems and connectivity.
The first step to long-term prosperity.
The status and rights of employees in construction.
Continuing to share best practice.
The employee assistance programme EAP.
HMRC's Construction Industry Scheme.
What 'net-zero emissions' means for civil engineers.
The meaning of Rw and Dw/DnTw.
Book review of an architectural and social history.
Conservation and sustainability on the island of Gotland in Sweden.
Levelling the playing field.
Top nine ideas for a more sustainable food factory.
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