While we've worked on many projects in our 100 year history, some projects become part of your DNA and shape the company you become. The construction of Wembley Stadium in 1923 was one of those projects, writes Neil Griffiths of Baker Mallett.
When Sajid Javid said in 2017 that "the housing market was broken", describing it as "almost impossible for small independent builders to enter the market", he cast light on an issue of vital importance, writes Simon Finlay, head of development at Macbryde Homes.
The council's planning officers have backed the demolition of the zoo’s existing snow leopard enclosure but have recommended a replacement facility for refusal, arguing it would encroach on to designated green belt.
The trustees of visitor attraction Bodelwyddan Castle near Rhyl have put the 125-year lease they hold on a large part of the property up for sale, with advisor LSH suggesting possible uses as residential, educational or conferencing.