Berkeley has told the city that it has made “good progress” in realising the value of its landbank this summer.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged a £100 council tax cut for households that invest in retrofitting their homes to improve energy efficiency.
Local opposition can be a major hurdle to permission for new homes. But one affordable housing scheme in Worcestershire found a new way to get locals on side: demonstrating sustainability’s value to the community.
As the market has improved in the past year, cost consultants, project managers and quantity surveyors have been able to take advantage of the increase in work across the UK.
Hyder’s David Rowlinson explains the big technical challenges on the major station redevelopment and how they were overcome.
A design competition is aiming to make school children BIM-ready with a broader industry understanding.
With the Russell Group boasting opportunities worth £9bn, how can contractors ensure they win a share?
Unite Group has reported a 16.6 per cent increase in profits in the first half of 2014 and a growing pipeline in London and across the UK.
The University of Cambridge has shortlisted 18 contractors for the first phase of its £1bn North West Cambridge Development.
Carillon was Network Rail’s most used contractor over the 2013/14 financial year, securing work worth £281m over the period.
Anglian Water has confirmed new partners for its new long-term deals worth up to £9bn over 15 years.
Residential developer Hub has boosted its senior team with the appointment of a new development manager.
Legal & General Property has become the first institutional investor to reveal it will be investing in the Greater London Authority’s proposed new multi-billion-pound housing zones.
Councils have cut back on school maintenance and abandoned other building projects to pay for new school places, new research by the Local Government Association has found.
Balfour Beatty bosses have increased the group’s PPP portfolio value to £1.05bn, up 46 per cent from £766m in December 2013.
Lend Lease has reported a 368 per cent increase in European profits thanks to the Bluewater Shopping Centre sale, despite growing losses in its European construction business.
Bam has scooped a contract to build the latest office development at Argent’s King’s Cross, understood to be worth more than £50m.
Kier Living has named a new managing director to head its division in the East of England.
Globe Management Services has received “a number of expressions of interest” in the business after it went under last week, its administrator has revealed.