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BSRIA's new Building MOTs Scheme is designed to provide guidance on the next steps after compliance.
Land Release Fund allocates £45m for new housing projects.
Chances of owning home in UK have more than halved in 20 years, IFS study finds.
The Considerate Constructors Scheme officially launch the new Ultra Site status for contractors and supply chains.
The risk of specification errors in the cladding sector is "worryingly high" after Grenfell, according to major distributor.
UK Construction Week bans showgirls after controversy.
Dutch breakthrough improves stability of 3D-printed walls.
BRE are to publish new guidance aimed at assuring buyers as to the merits of off-site construction methods.
The Liverpool community who took back control of their housing.
BSRIA in support of the 'renewed and refocused' scheme for the Renewable Heat Incentive.
Trump's infrastructure investment plan is "embarrassingly small" according to critics.
Is the north of England getting an enormous new forest?
A new interactive virtual experience allows visitors to explore ICE 200 exhibition from anywhere.
New map shows 25% of property in England and Wales owned by overseas firms is registered in the Virgin Islands.
Laing O'Rourke partner with Stanhope in huge off-site deal.
Eurotunnel have written to Theresa May expressing interest in cross-Channel bridge.
Surge in detailed planning applications for new homes.
Vehicle-to-grid technologies are to receive almost £30 million funding.
The UK economy is missing out on £10bn each year because home owners are fearful of cowboy builders.
UK tenants paid record £50bn in rents in 2017.
Small TfL sites are packaged specially for SME house-builders.
Blockchain could hold the key to unlocking BIM Level 3.
HS2 becomes the UK’s first infrastructure project to be awarded a BREEAM Infrastructure (pilot) Scheme Certificate.
If events occur that cause the completion of the works to be delayed then these may be compensation events.
At an ICE discussion, the focus was on delivering a Northern Infrastructure Strategy based on opportunity for all.
Here is our outline work plan for a private sector design and build project.
Who are the various different stakeholders in development projects? Find out in our introductory article.
How a BRE office became the centre-piece for major biophilic design research.
Have a read of our introductory article on arbitration in the construction industry.
Mind CEO Paul Farmer discusses how engineering and construction can lead the way in tackling mental health at work.
The same area of road can move 4,400 people an hour by car, 14,400 by bike, or 66,000 by tram.
Commended for CIAT's Student Award for Excellence in 2017 - have a look at Imagination Works.
What to know what a framework contract is? Read our introductory article to find out.
ICE have called for data to be treated the same as physical infrastructure. But what could this look like?
BSRIA examine whether the UK can be a leader in battery storage?
During times of change, strict controls are essential to reduce risks to quality, cost and schedule.
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