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Parliament restoration procurement kicks off with advisory role

The first contracts for the restoration of the Palace of Westminster, a job that could cost up to £7bn, will be awarded next summer.

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Defending the Build to Rent fund

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No one doubts Britain is in the middle of a housing crisis.

I\'m discouraged by lack of openly LGB employees

Exclusive: Gay workers shun construction industry

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A new survey shows that less than half of all construction workers believe their colleagues would be comfortable working alongside openly gay peers, prompting calls for the industry to undergo a “cultural shift” in its attitude to LGB employees.

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Construction News digital edition – 21 August 2015

A survey run by Construction News in partnership with sister titles AJ and NCE has found that less than half of all construction workers believe their colleagues would be comfortable working alongside openly gay peers; Stanhope founder Peter Rogers is back with Sir Stuart Lipton at Lipton Rogers, where the duo are reviving the old Pinnacle and changing the London map. The industry veteran discusses their plans; could the UK’s top-15 contractors shrink by more ...