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Brandon Lewis

Housing minister defends social landlord rent changes

31 July 2015| By Joey Gardiner

Brandon Lewis speaks exclusively to Building about the government’s pledge to build 275,000 affordable homes

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EDF's Hinkley Point C

EDF names £1.3bn Hinkley winners

31 July 2015| By Yoosof Farah

Gensler proposal for Shoreditch High Street - Fairchild Street

Gensler tower planned for City fringe

31 July 2015| By David Blackman

Intu's Watford shopping centre extension

Cost of Watford mall revamp jumps 48%

30 July 2015| By Louise Dransfield

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Analysis

Brandon Lewis

Interview: Brandon Lewis

31 July 2015| By Joey Gardiner

Building talks to housing minister Brandon Lewis about the Conservative government’s radical policy agenda

contract locations

Market review: Begin again

27 July 2015| By Michael Dall

Southfacing

SME catch-up: Whatever happened to …

24 July 2015| By Louise Dransfield

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Editor's view

Sarah Richardson

The war on green

31 July 2015| By Sarah Richardson

As another green policy goes up in smoke, does the government risk failing to live up to its obligations?

Community opinion

Peter_Trebilcock

BIM: Diverse approaches to a common standard

30 July 2015| By Peter Trebilcock

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Debbie Aplin

Too many questions

29 July 2015| By Debbie Aplin

Ann Mingoue

JCT MPCC: Major projects, minor details

28 July 2015| By Ann Minogue

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Projects

York Art Gallery: A new mezzanine level reveals the once secret gallery

York Art Gallery: Show time

28 July 2015| By Ike Ijeh

Architects working on the £8m refurbishment of York Art Gallery have peeled away decades of callously inappropriate interventions to unlock a wonderland of architectural secrets

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Data

TrackerIndex

Tracker: June 2015

29 July 2015| By Experian Economics

Orders continue to rise sharply across each sector, making the overall construction activity index’s drop into negative territory for the first time in almost three years a nasty surprise. Experian Economics reports

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