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Feed-in tariffs next in line for government axe

28 August 2015| By Yoosof Farah

Government starts consultation on future of feed-in tariffs due to scheme’s “projected overspend”

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Government framework restructured after SME fears

28 August 2015| By Louise Dransfield

Architects compete for Obama's presidential library

28 August 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Planning Houses

All change at top of Henry Boot

28 August 2015| By Iain Withers

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Immigration 3

Crossing the line

28 August 2015| By Roxane McMeeken

With the Calais crisis still a hot media topic, the government is on the warpath against construction companies employing illegal workers. But is the sector doing enough to make sure it doesn’t get caught out?

Locations of contracts awarded in July

Market review: Regaining momentum

25 August 2015| By Michael Dall

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Immigration: The crackdown is coming

28 August 2015| By Sarah Richardson

The employment of migrant labour has been a problematic issue for construction for a long time

Community opinion

Simon Rawlinson

Skills crisis: Performance anxiety

27 August 2015| By Simon Rawlinson

David Johnson

Payless notices: Serves them right?

26 August 2015| By David Johnson

Hamish Lal

Refs to review penalties

25 August 2015| By Hamish Lal

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York House

A day at the office: Your guide to human happiness

26 August 2015| By Ike Ijeh

How can you use design to actively influence and improve people’s lives? British Land is using its own headquarters as a test bed for incorporating wellbeing principles that it hopes will foster a happier, more productive workforce.

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AECOM indices

Cost update Q2 2015

25 August 2015 |Updated: 25 August 2015| By Michael Hubbard

Materials cost inflation falls again but construction weekly earnings continue to outperform those of the wider economy

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