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Brendan Kerr

Keltbray in talks to buy parts of Dunne Group

29 July 2016| By Louise Dransfield, Iain Withers

The demolition specialist is among a number of interested parties

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EU Referendum

Chris Tinker

Getting back on track

27 July 2016| By Chris Tinker

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

Earls Court

Brexit cuts 14% off value of Earls Court

26 July 2016| By Iain Withers


Fixing the NHS

22 July 2016| By David Blackman

Jack Pringle

Negotiating a post-Brexit position

20 July 2016| By Jack Pringle

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Steel Insight 17

29 July 2016

Read the latest Steel Insight digital supplement

Olympic Stadium / West Ham

West Ham's new home: Who forgot the roof?

29 July 2016| By Joey Gardiner

London legacy

Olympic Games: Keeping the legacy alive

28 July 2016| By Joey Gardiner

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Editor's view

Sarah Richardson

London 2012: A belief in the afterlife

29 July 2016| By Sarah Richardson

A tour around the Olympic park in Stratford gives instant proof that east London has avoided having its ambition trampled by the blight of many past Olympic legacies

Community opinion

Sheena Sood

What’s the Brexit strategy?

28 July 2016| By Sheena Sood

Zoe Lane

Solving the skills gap is now critical

28 July 2016| By Zoe Lane

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Chris Tinker

Getting back on track

27 July 2016| By Chris Tinker

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2012 Olympic Projects

2012 forever: Revisiting the London Olympics

27 July 2016| By Ike Ijeh

Ike Ijeh reports on whether the architecture of the London 2012 Olympics has fulfilled its main goal

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Commercial Office Towers

Cost model: Commercial office towers

27 July 2016| By Brian Smith with Peter Watkins, Daniel Skidmore, Will Macdonald and Ian Skelton of Aecom

The number of towers being proposed and developed in London and the UK continues to grow, as does their height

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