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Osborne doubles public housing budget

25 November 2015| By Louise Dransfield, Joey Gardiner

Chancellor delivers Spending Review packed with policies for construction

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Spending Review 2015 - as it happened

25 November 2015| By Joey Gardiner

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Spending Review 2015: Reaction round-up

25 November 2015| By Yoosof Farah

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Bam wins planning for £70m Leeds office

25 November 2015| By Louise Dransfield

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Pivoting £88m Canary Wharf bridge proposed

25 November 2015| By Dave Rogers

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Mouchel bags £40m North Yorkshire win

25 November 2015| By Yoosof Farah

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Special application

20 November 2015| By Joey Gardiner

From the outside things may be looking better for specialist firms but money is still tight, especially with some contractors imposing tough terms and long payment times. Is it time for specialists to cut out the middle-men?

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Waste not, want not

20 November 2015

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It’s the final countdown

19 November 2015| By Iain Withers

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The colour of money

20 November 2015| By Sarah Richardson

How much is really at stake for the sector in next week’s spending announcement?

Community opinion

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Specs and the City

25 November 2015| By Jack Pringle

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Nice work

24 November 2015| By John Assael

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Richard Robinson

Spending review: Providing the detail

24 November 2015| By Richard Robinson

Jeffrey Brown

Touching the void

23 November 2015| By Jeffrey Brown

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Horizontal lifts: A sideways move

25 November 2015| By Ike Ijeh

ThyssenKrupp has come up with a lift that not only functions without cables, but is also able to move horizontally as well as vertically. So what might this mean for the future of building design?

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Cost model: Laboratories

17 November 2015| By Nick Flanagan

The UK is a world leader in scientific research and those involved are demanding ever more sophisticated laboratory buildings in which to conduct their work

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