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Michael Gove admits air pollution is making people ill and shortening lives.
The government is 'minded to agree' to a ban on combustible cladding.
BRE call for a clearer, focused drive for the delivery of sustainable, quality developments.
Proposals for a 140m high observation wheel next to the Tyne.
Switch Island roadworks named England's most lethal.
$20bn Helsinki-Tallinn tunnel could be transformative - if the private sector helps to pay.
Significant updates encourage whole building life cycle assessment and recognise products with Environmental Product Declarations.
Gov.uk 21, May
A campaign to protect oak trees has been launched at the Chelsea Flower Show.
BSRIA's Soft Landings Conference 2018: Soft Landings - a culture for all projects, will take place on 15 June.
GCR, 18 May
China will help Uganda build nuclear power plants.
Desipite Hackitt's recommendations, the government are to consult on combustible cladding.
Construction Manager, 18 May
Seddon are to build awareness of mental wellbeing following the suicide of an employee.
ICE responds to publication of the Hackitt Review.
RIBA, 17 May
New pre-commencement conditions rules will be effective from October.
Recognising excellence in Architectural Technology globally.
Hackitt review calls for a radical rethink of the whole system and how it works.
Norman Foster and Richard Rogers pay tribute to Will Alsop.
London Mayor pledges to build 10,000 council houses.
The government warns building owners of a performance issue with Grenfell fire doors.
'Carillion could happen again, and soon' is the stark warning from the heavily critical final report into Carillion's collapse.
Consistently one of our most popular articles - so just how much do you know about BoQ's?
Gustavo Giovannoni’s role in integrating modern planning requirements into historic town centres.
People or density - can we create urban liveability at ever-increasing densities?
3D printing is the computer-controlled sequential layering of materials to create 3D shapes.
Life cycle assessment is used to total up the environmental impact of a product’s supply chain. But why building LCA?
Ramboll discusses how digitisation is contributing to how they design, engineer and construct in new and different ways.
In the wake of British architect Will Alsop's death, read about one of his most distinctive buildings.
Risk management aims to recognise potential problems early so opportunities for effective action are maximised.
A fascinating glossary of paving terms by IHBC’s Rob Cowan.
'Approved documents' provide guidance for how building regulations can be satisfied in common building situations.
What is the position of the contractor or sub-contractor with regard to fitness for purpose in construction?
Dr Graham Smith of Jacobs Engineering, on the latest advice on cladding and other flammable building materials.
Bonding is the arrangement of bricks in a structure such as a wall or column. Read about the different types here.
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