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Westminster

CCS £2.9bn framework delayed again

22 July 2016| By Louise Dransfield

The consultancy framework had been due to launch in July

Hinkley

EDF to make Hinkley decision next week

22 July 2016| By Yoosof Farah

Edinburgh Old Town

HS2 may take eastern spur to Scotland

22 July 2016| By Yoosof Farah

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Lakehouse drafts in Mears boss Bob Holt

22 July 2016| By Iain Withers

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EU Referendum

hospital

Fixing the NHS

22 July 2016| By David Blackman

Health service spending on building maintenance and repairs faces a £4.3bn backlog. But there is good news for the construction industry

Jack Pringle

Negotiating a post-Brexit position

20 July 2016| By Jack Pringle

Michael Dall

Looking for the ‘Brexit effects’

19 July 2016| By Michael Dall

Noble Francis

Contract awards: Waiting for impact

19 July 2016| By Noble Francis

White Chapel Building

Derwent signs up tenants despite Brexit

19 July 2016| By Yoosof Farah

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Analysis

hospital

Fixing the NHS

22 July 2016| By David Blackman

Health service spending on building maintenance and repairs faces a £4.3bn backlog. But there is good news for the construction industry

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Editor's view

Sarah

Paddington pole gets cut down to size

22 July 2016| By Sarah Richardson

From the Paddington Pole to Theresa May’s cabinet, both appear to be busily wielding an axe

Community opinion

Simon Wyatt

Get the most from your EPC assessment

22 July 2016| By Simon Wyatt

Martin Jepson

You shall go to the ball

21 July 2016| By Martin Jepson

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Projects

One Carter Lane

Europe's first WELL Building

19 July 2016| By Ike Ijeh

There is now an international standard for measuring how a building impacts on its users’ health and wellbeing. Ike Ijeh looks at how Studio Ben Allen Architects’ One Carter Lane will become the first European project to receive the accreditation

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Data

Lead times

Lead times: April - June 2016

21 July 2016| By Brian Moone

Lead times have either remained the same or increased, with burgeoning workloads and enquiries and a shortage of skilled labour making further increases more likely

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