The Planning and Building Control Today website is the place to come for compelling and informative features, news and products for a diverse audience serving a wide construction sector.
Our dedicated team has many years’ experience and are committed to delivering up-to-date analysis, news and exclusive features for a large readership.
Produced in digital formats, our publications provide a platform for policy makers, experts, and front-line figures to highlight new projects, discuss and debate current challenges and communicate instances of best practice.
Our Planning and Building Control Today publication, in addition to our BIM Today publication are both produced quarterly and deliver a balanced view of the major issues and challenges facing the construction, planning and building control sectors. We analyse and discuss new legislation regarding Building Control, in addition to tackling some of the most difficult challenges related to the UK’s housing shortage and how we may create the Smart Cities of the future, incorporating the Internet of Things.
As the name would suggest, our BIM Today publication presents the latest thinking, advice and developments within digital construction and acts as a reference and learning tool for many disciplines throughout the construction world. With articles from the leading figures in the industry, we deliver the most up-to-date information in this fast-moving sector. Many exclusive articles are submitted to our website too, meaning that our BIM News section is extremely informative. In this world of digital delivery, our online publications, website, and social media streams will give our readers what they want. We will react to their requirements and respond to their requests providing easy, simple routes for comments and feedback on our content.
In addition, we are able to offer bespoke campaigns through our e-booklet service that can deliver our partners’ messages to a specifically targeted audience utilising our extensive database. By concentrating on a specific topic, partners are able to effectively communicate and engage with their key audience to inform and educate.