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Brandon Lewis, housing and planning minister

Housing minister: 'Keep calm and carry on'

29 June 2016| By Iain Withers

Government ministers say infrastructure and housing spending is more important, not less, post-Brexit

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EU Referendum

Sarah

Brexit: What happens next?

27 June 2016| By Sarah Richardson

The result is in, but what will be the long-term effect for construction?

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Dave Rogers

A reluctant Remainer

20 June 2016| By Dave Rogers

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Michael Dall

Why we need experts in the Brexit debate

23 June 2016| By Michael Dall

EU Referendum

Brexit: What effect will it have on you?

29 June 2016| By Building news desk

Michael Dall

Brexit is an economist's worst nightmare

29 June 2016| By Michael Dall

Sajjan Sivia

A 16 year old's view on Brexit

29 June 2016 |Updated: 29 June 2016| By Sajjan Sivia

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Analysis

Brexit

Brexit: The vote that shook Britain

29 June 2016| By David Blackman

It’s hit construction hard - on the stock exchange, in boardrooms and on sites across the UK, people are starting to rethink an industry that is no longer part of the EU. But what exactly will change and how quickly?

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The construction manager: Last chance to see?

24 June 2016| By David Blackman

Hansom HT

Hansom: Rule, Britannia

24 June 2016| By Hansom

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Editor's view

Sarah

EU referendum: Get ready for the day after

23 June 2016| By Sarah Richardson

Whatever the result of the EU referendum, we cannot afford to opt out on diversity

Community opinion

Michael Dall

Brexit is an economist's worst nightmare

29 June 2016| By Michael Dall

Richard McCarthy

New homes: Time to crack on

29 June 2016| By Richard McCarthy

Sajjan Sivia

A 16 year old's view on Brexit

29 June 2016 |Updated: 29 June 2016| By Sajjan Sivia

Alastair Stewart

Brexit will be good for Britain

28 June 2016| By Alastair Stewart

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Projects

Offices

Offices of the future: Where now for Don Draper?

22 June 2016| By Ike Ijeh

The office has come a long way since the days of Mad Men, but what could it look like in 10 or 20 years’ time? Well, hot-desking, wellbeing measures and remote working will all flourish. But alas, there’ll be no return of the drinks cabinet

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Data

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Building intelligence: Q2 2016

28 June 2016| By Experian Economics

The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show that total construction output grew over 2015, but that things are less buoyant for the first quarter of this year

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