New planning rules to boost solar rollout and slash energy bills

Homes and businesses will be able to install rooftop solar panels more easily, under new rules recently announced.  

Climate change and construction: a marriage made in hell

A look at how the construction industry is contributing to climate change globally and the solutions at hand.

Small businesses to benefit from one of the largest shake ups to procurement regulations in UK history

New procurement rules have today become law, following the Royal Assent of the Procurement Act - and is part of plans to make long-term decisions that will change this country for the better.

DIO completes new maintenance facility for US Air Force F-35 jets

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and its contractors have celebrated the opening of a new F-35 facility for US Air Force jets at RAF Lakenheath.

Work begins on a major flood scheme in Lowdham

Work has begun on a new £26 million flood storage reservoir to better protect homes and businesses in the Nottinghamshire village of Lowdham from the devastation of flooding. 

HS2: rumours rife over project

Speculation over the progress of HS2 is rife. Will the government curtail this massive infrastructure project short of its original destinations?

The low-down on high risk

What exactly is an High Risk Building and how does the industry need to be prepared for managing the development stages of a project?

Housebuilders struggle with ‘E’ in ESG

Housebuilder confidence high on delivering social value, but hard yards to come on environmental reporting.

Thermal water system technology could reduce energy bills

The patent revolves around the dynamic control of a water provision system in buildings.

Mental health worries for construction professionals

87% agreed that ‘working on my main project has negatively affected my mental wellbeing’.