Issue : 22 June 2018
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The UK is now midway between the government’s announcement of new nuclear sites in 2011 and the 2025 tipping point when swathes of existing supply will be shut down. CN takes the opportunity to analyse how each of the six nuclear new-builds is getting on.
Newts and bats can be turned to your advantageSubscription
There are times when nature appears to stand in the way of much-needed housing and infrastructure development.
Why Hackitt was right to keep desktop studies Subscription
Among the many areas of our industry to come under scrutiny since the tragic events at Grenfell Tower last year, perhaps one of the most contentious remains the use of desktop studies.
Feminist? No: what our industry needs to be is equalistVideoSubscription
I’m often asked why, in the current arena of inclusion and diversity, we still need organisations like Women in Property.
Bam Construct’s chief executive has urged staff to be vigilant as it seeks to avoid problem jobs and chasing revenue.
Lendlease MD: We won't be a 'faceless monster'Subscription
Lendlease’s European managing director has insisted the firm will learn lessons from its rebuild of Heygate Estate, as it gears up to deliver schemes including the £3.5bn Silvertown Quays and £4bn Euston HS2 regeneration.
Cabinet Office minister David Lidington has defended the crown representatives that monitor government contractors and suggested increasing their numbers following Carillion’s collapse.
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme is in the middle of simplifying its system with the aim that only construction workers will need to carry one in future.
A look at the numbers behind rocketing tenders for fire safety work post-Grenfell and eye-catching financial news for Severfield and Berkeley.
It feels like we’ve been talking about Carillion continuously since the construction giant entered liquidation in January – and with good reason.