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  • Steel yourselvesSubscription

    Blog29 March, 2011

    Recent figures from the steel sector should be worrying you, if they're not already.....

  • The Life of BrianSubscription

    Blog3 March, 2011

    The most impressive queues at Ecobuild 2011 have generally been reserved for people looking for a caffeine fix.

  • Ecobuild 2011Subscription

    Blog2 March, 2011

    If you wanted proof that green building can lead to employment, look no further than the numbers of staff at Ecobuild 2011.

  • The greenest government ever?Subscription

    Blog25 February, 2011

    It’s May 2010 and a new coalition government has entered Downing Street. Flowers are in bloom, lambs are a-springing (allegedly) and newly elected Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his intention to make this the “greenest government ever”.

  • Maths, with Grant ShappsSubscription

    Blog15 November, 2010

    The New Homes Bonus sounds like a good thing, but how much of a good thing is it? Lets do some maths....

  • How to avoid digital disasterSubscription

    Blog24 September, 2010

    There's pressure on ROI at the moment, so more and more bosses are telling their marketing teams to get into "free" digital marketing. Well, it ain't free, digital marketing costs, and right here, is where you start paying.....

  • Opportunity missedSubscription

    Blog25 June, 2010

    So, the budget, not as bad as we feared, but still a major missed opportunity...?

  • steelwork

    Steel yourselvesSubscription

    Blog29 April, 2010

    Look out! Here comes the recovery - a more dangerous time than the recession. Prices are going up....

  • paul morrell

    C'mon Paul, cut the red tapeSubscription

    Blog9 February, 2010

    Speeding the pace of public procurement, and reducing the money spent on the process so that more finds its way into the economy has never been more vital. So we need, right now, a real focus on cutting red tape ....

  • les dawson

    Get Rid of the Old BoilerSubscription

    Blog11 December, 2009

    Chancellor Darling made some rudimentary marketing errors in his PBR, especially where construction is concerned. Will changing 125,000 boilers save the planet?