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MSPs call for Glasgow Airport rail link ‘as matter of urgency’
London's best home extensions and renovations revealed.
A planning application has been submitted for a 31 storey office near the Shard.
BIM standards BS 1192:2007+A2:2016 and PAS 1192-2:2013 have been superceded.
Money raised from council house sales in London should go back into building more homes, say London Councils.
European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards nominations close on 25 January.
BSRIA Soft Landings Conference 2019: Quality and Performance - info.
One Nine Elms Virtual Mock-up.
London households in temporary accommodation up by 50% in past five years.
KPMG suspends partner that audited Carillion.
Foster & Partners' 'Tulip' does not comply with planning guidelines, says GLA.
Nominations open for CIOB Construction Manager of the Year Awards.
Nominations open for ICE Annual Awards 2019
Second reading for project bank accounts bill.
More than half of construction firms are now using drones to capture data.
BSRIA publishes the 2019 edition of its small but concise annual databook.
Hitachi suspends work on £20bn nuclear plant in North Wales.
Flats and offices planned for ‘People make Glasgow’ tower.
Pay of self-employed workers outstrips wages of the employed.
BSRIA calls on government to reach deeper into the causes of pollution.
Extending permitted development rights could result in lower standards for homes.
Construction sector is not taking up tax credits for research and development.
Mace wins Renzo Piano's £825m Paddington 'Cube'.
George Demetri brings a whole new level of technical knowledge to Designing Buildings Wiki.
HS2 sets a new benchmark in construction vehicle emission standards.
BIM’s key role in the ‘golden thread’ and improving project outcomes.
The government launches a strategy to clean up our air.
Changes have been made to BREEAM's ecology content which promotes protection, impact mitigation and ecological enhancement.
What should be evaluated to assess building performance?
What is biophilic design and how can it increase wellbeing?
Some electric cars now have batteries that give a range of over 350 miles.
Assembling, curating, caring for, and designing the future.
A sensitive approach to renovating a building of historic stature.
UK energy policy uncertainty as Welsh project put on hold.
What collaborative working achieves and how it can be put in place.
Using QSAND to measure the performance of disaster response.
What U-values are, why they matter and how they are calculated.
The need to ensure that we plan for all aspects of our bio-economy
Quality professionals need to take an active role in driving the completion process forwards.
The innovations needed to move from rhetoric to realisation.
Creating a sense of place, with radically-low running costs and the highest comfort levels.
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