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Students offered upgrade to associate level.
Government to upgrade furniture fire-safety regulations.
RIBA announces shortlist for Stirling Prize.
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More contractors suspended from prompt payment code.
It's vital the industry responds to proposals for reform of the safety regulatory system.
Ofwat proposes £12 billion additional investment and £50 bill reductions.
Architect sought to design UK ambassador's Beijing residence.
British Standard on legionella risk assessment revised.
Construction firms must embrace digital to get ahead.
Fire and Security Industry Awards open for nominations.
Foster's 'tulip' tower vetoed by London mayor.
Today's renting Millennials may be homeless when they retire.
Government plans electric car charge-points in all future homes.
New non-executive director joins BRE.
Planning applications can be delayed by SuDs design, says report.
BRE begins video flame and smoke detector research programme.
HS2 reveals automated people-mover scheme.
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Scottish government tightens cladding fire safety.
ICE-funded research on UN SDGs wins top prize.
The world heritage list has evolved to embrace built, cultural and natural heritage.
The Ocean Cleanup project
The various types of bond and when they are used.
RSHP's Merano wins RIBA accolade.
How to differentiate between partial possession and early use.
Avoiding 'winner's curse' and other useful info.
Developing test methods for video flame/smoke detectors
Waiting for a new deal ...but will funding materialise?
RSHP celebrates competition win in Paris.
All about approved inspectors.
Whilst apparently confusing, German conservation is actually not that different.
The rise and fall of council housing. Book review.
Drivers of change in global heating markets.
11 interesting facts about the use and nature of the material.
Will politicians ultimately fail to tackle Britain's structural challenges?
How self-certification can save time and money.
CIBSE updates Fire Safety Engineering guidance.
EA finds England's water companies are simply unacceptable.
1 Undershaft will be the City's tallest skyscraper.
Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission's interim report published.
Creating a safer world through better use of data.
Acceleration of construction works.
The CEEQUAL and BREEAM Infrastructure methodologies merge.
Funding for future research programmes remains uncertain.
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