The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has opened an investigation into suspected fraud on three construction projects in Manchester and Liverpool.
Dispute resolution through mediation can avoid the uncertainty, cost and rancour of court proceedings, Peter Vinden of The Vinden Partnership explains how it works.
Twenty highly skilled housing specialists have been appointed to Homes England £100m framework to help speed up housebuilding across England.
Work is being suspended on a £13bn nuclear power station on Anglesey because of rising costs, the company behind the project has announced.
Contractor CCG (Scotland) has been awarded the contract for a £15m housing scheme in Govan, Glasgow.
Farrans has been appointed as the preferred contractor for Phase One of the £500m Tribeca Belfast urban regeneration scheme.
The UK housing market ended 2018 on a weak note with uncertainty still biting, alongside continuing lack of stock and affordability issues.
HS2 has released images of its proposed replacement London Underground substation and vent shaft at Euston, the first major structure to be built as part of the transformation of the station.
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has received the green light by Westminster City Council to construct two new three-tier stands to replace the existing Compton and Edrich stands.
A small earthquake hit the British construction industry on New Year’s Eve. Nobody seems to have noticed but a tidal wave is about to hit the UK construction sector in 2019 (and beyond) as a result of this major event. What am I referring to?
David Jazani has called for a government consultation to ensure SME contractors are at the forefront of a project bank account system.
UK construction disputes cost the industry £27m in 2017, making them more expensive than their counterparts in the US and mainland Europe. Let’s see how a modern record system can protect everyone involved and bolster overall productivity.
Bellway Homes has been given the go-ahead by the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation for the development of new homes on Ebbsfleet Cross.
Permitted development rights that bypass local scrutiny to deliver housing in England put quality and affordability at risk, according to the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).