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A group of 12 young professionals from the built environment and construction sector have formed an alliance to make sure the voices of the next generation are heard in creating an inclusive industry that is fit for the future.
New research by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM UK has revealed that ailing UK infrastructure has led to almost a quarter of middle market businesses closing offices and facilities or relocating in the past three years.
With ambitious housebuilding targets remaining in place despite the economic disruption and a growing focus on sustainability, construction firms can set themselves up for success by taking advantage of the full range of support available
Following the recent planning approval of a new mixed-use student accommodation development in central Brighton, developer McLaren Property has revealed what the local community can expect from the scheme.
Amid the current UK multi-residential development boom, the majority of contractors and consultants claim sustainability will be the most important design issue over the next ten years, according to an industry report.
While it will still take some time to digest all the implications of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget, here we gauge the reaction from a number of figures across the construction sector in order to get an early consensus.
The pandemic has caused huge amounts of disruption to construction sites across the country. Here, Kate Onions, partner and head of construction disputes at law firm, Shakespeare Martineau, looks at ways to address the issue.
As the world of technology and construction develops, we are edging closer to the future science fiction envisioned. We may not be gliding around on hoverboards quite yet, but if the construction industry is anything to go by, there are some breath-taking innovations on the horizon.
With an additional 1.2m Great British properties being placed at risk of flooding by 2050, the need for better stormwater management systems has never been more important, particularly in remote and challenging urban environments
The recovery in construction activity reported in today’s (7th January) Construction PMI data can be accelerated if the Government takes decisive action in its March Budget, says the Federation of Master Builders (FMB)
Montreaux Developments and award-winning Assael Architecture have been given the green light for 204 new homes on Colney Hatch Lane, a derelict brownfield site that sits between the North Circular and the local high street.
New analysis of commercial property transactions worth £100m-plus completed in London over a 12-month period show a fall in the total value and volume of deals, but the market holding relatively strong in the face of Covid-19 and uncertainty over the UK’s impending EU exit agreement.