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Low Carbon Homes forums tackle fuel poverty challenges in UK housing.
January was slow for residential sales, says survey.
A new partnership has been announced to help the SuDS sector.
Sir Nicholas Grimshaw has been awarded the UK’s highest honour for architecture.
15 March conference on industrial conservation at the Museum of London, Docklands.
Government signs off £250m for major housing projects.
A £9m Homes England garden town fund will help deliver 200,000 homes.
Four new commissioners appointed to new home design body.
Fire chiefs warn developers to stop ignoring sprinkler advice.
Crowdfund call launched to challenge poor planning decisions in Bath.
Construction starts on 550m tall Dubai skyscraper.
New suburb planned for Glasgow.
ONS: Construction output declines as sector deals with Brexit uncertainty.
The time taken to decide planning appeal inquiries could be cut by 5 months.
Fears grow over the future of HS2.
AI and digital design to transform the future of UK construction.
NAO: ‘Underperforming’ planning system can’t meet housing demand.
The David Lloyd Lymington Sports Village was 'Commended' in CIAT's 2018 AT Awards
How do we make the smart city a reality?
Protecting the construction industry from Brexit.
Conceiving buildings collaboratively, testing them virtually.
Effective collaboration in post-disaster response and recovery
How do you prepare a claim for an extension of time and ensure it isn't rejected?
How innovative ‘design thinking’ may lead to new surface-water solutions.
What will be this year's office design trends?
Enhancing sustainability and resilience in disaster response.
What are EIAs, why are they needed and for which type of project?
Why Africa is top of world AC growth forecasts.
Dealing with marginalised heritage at Dumbarton Rock.
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