Gerard Magnin said the project is “very risky” and suggested it could bankrupt EDF
The vote to leave the EU triggered a loss in investor and buyer confidence. While there has been some recovery, sentiment remains cautious and both developers and the government must look to support housing delivery in uncertain times
Has the LLDC managed to adhere to the legacy promises that won the UK the Olympic bid in the first place?
From the Paddington Pole to Theresa May’s cabinet, both appear to be busily wielding an axe
Ike Ijeh reports on whether the architecture of the London 2012 Olympics has fulfilled its main goal
The number of towers being proposed and developed in London and the UK continues to grow, as does their height