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London Borough of Haringey scrap controversial plans for Lendlease 'development vehicle'.
New cross-party report calls for combustible cladding ban to be extended to all high-rise residential buildings.
75% of Northern Ireland builders say the Stormont deadlock will dampen growth.
Top honours awarded for highest performing UK construction sites.
From next week, UK firms can bid for a share of a £12.5m fund to boost productivity, performance and quality.
UK transport infrastructure exacerbates housing crisis, according to new RIBA report.
Reports emerge of site managers resorting to DIY online inductions.
Around 1,100 staff still remain at Carillion six months after the collapse.
AshbyCapital and U+I launch The Future Works office in central Slough.
Important action is being taken to inspire young people to train as engineers.
UK house price slump blamed on surge in sellers.
£22m fund launched to boost construction skills.
Galliford Try's mental health strategy is delivering measurable success.
HSE issues safety alert reminding contractors to keep their sites child-proof.
BSRIA report on the domestic boiler market, with China recording the most 'dynamic market uptake'.
The standard of university construction courses has come under fire from students.
New alliance aims to improve the facade fire-testing market.
Former Chief executive Richard Howson blames government for being 'poor payers'.
CITB research shows number of migrant workers in construction growing to 1 in 7.
"We need to be building bridges, not walls" says CIOB's first US-based President.
Willmott Dixon workers able to 'see through concrete' using a mobile app.
CLC call for an 'outcome-based, transparent and efficient' industry with new report.
The first NIC assessment suggests there is a golden opportunity to provide low-carbon energy.
Report highlights growing need for soft skills and digital skills among civil engineers.
As the latest summer blockbuster 'Skyscraper' is released, we look at some of the best uses of buildings in film.
Read our introductory article on how to layout a building.
Dr Nicholas Falk, director of the URBED Trust, explains why metro cities are the future of urbanisation.
A right to light generally refers to the right to receive sufficient light through an opening.
Interference and compatibility - the effects of electromagnetic fields in the workplace.
A survey of Leicester’s historic buildings resulted in local listing being taken more seriously.
Demolition is the most high risk activity in the construction sector. Read our introductory article here.
Do we really know everything important about the impacts of our infrastructure projects? And if we don’t, does it matter?
An environmental plan is an essential tool for setting and managing environmental objectives for a project.
It's featured prominently as the backdrop to the World Cup coverage - read about the most iconic building in Russia.
How to anticipate EU policy for sustainable construction - the view from Spain.
Buildings are moving all the time but if they are unable to accommodate this, cracking is likely to occur.
Bristol’s oldest building still in everyday use.
When it comes to infrastructure, are opportunities being missed that could create lasting value for all stakeholders?
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