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MHCLG update states there are still 124 private high-rise buildings with unsafe cladding and no remediation plan.
The importance of measuring social value in developments and key factors for successful measurement.
Art gallery 'inside a sand dune' to open this year in northern China.
The Princess Royal visits ICE to celebrate the Shaping the World Appeal.
Former railway chief James Blake says trust and control are key to successful infrastructure projects.
Government commissions review of railway network operating structure after persistent failures.
Post-modernist architect and Pritzker Prize-winner Robert Venturi dies aged 93.
BSI white paper sets out why BIM is 'a must' for manufacturers of construction products.
"What I encountered was truly shocking", says Dame Hackitt on investigating standards.
May outlines a new funding strategy for housing associations and says the 'stigma' of social housing needs to end.
Link between housing and health highlighted by NHBC Foundation
Report with recommendations for post-Brexit immigration gives no special treatment for construction.
Morgan Sindall trials mixed reality for quality checks.
RIBA launches a consultation on a new Plan of Work for Fire Safety.
The iconic Mackintosh Building will definitely be rebuilt, board chairwoman confirms.
New paper by RICS calls on government and the industry to embrace modern methods.
US housebuilding giant eyes stake in UK modular firm.
Electricians endure late payments and rising costs according to survey.
Read about all the winners from the London ceremony of CIAT's 2018 Architectural Technology Awards.
Calls for Right to Buy policy to be suspended in Greater Manchester.
£6 million awarded to successful coastal projects in first wave of funding.
More than a third of Romania’s houses ‘in urgent need of repair’.
BSRIA study shows an increase of pre-terminated fibre connectivity.
BRE awards SABRE security certification to International Quarter London.
Three-year retrofitting project for social housing in Wales.
As Holyrood returns, the Scottish Government sets out its Programme for Government 2018-19 for the coming year.
HS2 to support 15,000 jobs by 2020.
Two-thirds of construction bosses expect the amount of offsite work to double over the next 5 years.
Ministry of Housing agrees a deal for £1bn in loans for SME housing developers.
RIBA International Prize 2018 - shortlist announced.
Unite calls for umbrella companies to stop apprentice levy deductions.
Victorian Society reveals top 10 buildings 'crying out' to be saved.
Complete a survey here on the question of whether information and data is improving project outcomes.
CIOB launches new course in construction quality management.
Intricate inlays and beautiful patterns can be created with waterjet cutting.
Two historic quarries in environmentally sensitive areas were reopened to repair Exeter Cathedral.
The phrase ‘time at large’ describes the situation where there is no date for completion, or it has become invalid.
The Maldives is under threat from climate change. Read this report from BRE on their potential involvement in the region.
Starting a new built environment degree? We have a wide range of resources aimed at students.
Do you know your Rococo from your De Stijl, your Gothic from your Post-modernist?
This article offers some basic rules to follow when writing your next specification.
This type of pile provides support to the building, as well as acting as a heat source and a heat sink.
Why investors are adopting the SDGs and why civil engineering could be crucial for delivering them.
How do you find the right stone to conserve historic buildings?
Appointment agreements often include a ‘scope of services’ setting out the consultant's performance on a project.
Director of PiP Architecture explores the application of biophilic design principles.
From boulders to alluvial deposits - many different types of soil can be encountered on construction sites.
What is a structural engineer and what do they do?
To maximise the potential of data in construction, things need to change, according to Invennt.
Do you know when works to listed buildings are alterations rather than demolition?
Concrete is a vitally important construction material. Find out about its characteristics, benefits, limitations and more.
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