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Tories secure majority in general election.
Architectural technology student wins gold in UK skills contest.
Six ways construction could decarbonise.
Real estate firms told to be smarter and greener.
More than 500 housing areas identified on green belt.
Court ruling on combustible materials updates building regulations.
Why normal trains can't run on snow and ice.
Israeli architecture is thriving, says Asaf Mann.
WSP's Rachel Skinner confirmed as 156th ICE President.
CIOB responds to October 2019 construction output figures..
Foundation training programme launched to support building services sector.
Survey shows steady growth despite challenging quarter.
Photographer documents England's remaining gasholders.
Mace launches next-generation construction method.
Shenzhen tower block has 14 car-parking floors.
Top 10 UK architecture projects of 2019 revealed.
Anti-corruption day: working with Guatemala to improve infrastructure.
British Institute of Interior Design launches anti-bribery campaign.
China completes world's largest printed structure.
£2.8bn withdrawn from UK property funds amid high street gloom.
Government steps in to stop historic bell-foundry conversion.
Honorary fellowships announced for contributions to architecture.
BRE is lead partner in future housing needs competition.
'100 Ideas that Changed Architecture' published in February.
Survey finds offsite methods safer, faster, greener and cheaper.
Chapelcross nuclear power station and its place in Solway Heritage.
New RICS social impact awards open for entries.
England’s railway heritage from the air. Book review.
Identifying interim heritage areas for a neighbourhood plan.
Inspecting and reporting on moisture-related problems.
Will Norway build the world's first floating tunnel?
Domestic Retrofit training course.
Preparing to sell a commercial property.
Local Plan Route Mapper and toolkit.
Thermal mass in buildings.
CIAT's AT Academy.
The UK's most dangerous industries to work in.
Achieving an alternative route into the profession.
Why construction is so corrupt.
Restoration of Alfred Waterhouse’s Manchester Town Hall.
Widening access to hidden architectural treasures.
A material with exciting potential.
ECA-partnered survey shows the clear benefits of offsite.
Hire for potential, not competence.
A single knowledge hub for global infrastructure.
Compliance in construction.
The growth of the smart homes market.
Giving professional advice to friends.
Towards a radical eclecticism.
Showing the impact of new buildings on their surroundings.
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