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Election 2015: The industry insiders

With less than a fortnight to go until polling stations across the UK open their doors, Construction News talks to six candidates with industry backgrounds about what they see as the sector’s critical issues.

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Is infrastructure under threat from a hung parliament?

The government’s updated National Infrastructure Plan pipeline aimed to provide long-term clarity for firms looking to target and invest in infrastructure projects. But does the impending general election threaten to undermine this degree of certainty?

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Morgan Sindall saving Churchill's old town hall from total collapse

Contractor has employed a progressive construction approach to save Oldham Town Hall from falling apart.

Why YOU should attend the Construction News Developer Forum
The Construction News Developer Forum takes place in London this May, bringing together senior influencers and decision makers to discuss the growing commercial and residential pipeline in UK construction.

  Listen to three exclusive free interviews with major clients Derwent, British Land and Land Securities to find out why you should be attending this unmissable event.

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Dynamic modelling boosts energy efficiency bang for buck

In 2018 it will be illegal for a property owner to rent out commercial premises with an EPC rating of less than E. How do owners of poorly performing properties ensure they get the maximum in energy efficiency for every pound they invest?

Sexuality Survey

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Construction News seeks industry views on attitudes towards sexuality

Construction News is seeking the views of UK contractor and cost consultant employees for a survey on attitudes towards lesbian, gay and bisexual employees in the construction sector.


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