The September Consumer Price Index has been announced at 2.4%.
Slater Heelis solicitor Richard Bradbury says being clear on repair clauses in lease agreements can save costly surprises.
With Brexit only a few short months away, it seems that most aspects of doing business in the UK will be affected whether significantly or marginally.
Theresa May’s big housing announcement was largely the result of lobbying from one increasingly effective body. Now it wants more. “Good housing is at the heart of everything we,...
The collapse of Carillion in early 2018 shook the construction industry to its core and, quite rightly, forced many firms to take a good look at how their businesses...
After a hectic two weeks in-and-around the Labour and Conservative Party Conferences here are my top five take-aways for the built environment.
Founding Director Stephen O'Malley talks about the importance of understanding and demonstrating the social and economic value that Civic Engineers contributes and looks at what measuring social value really...
Struggling high street retailers may be cheered a little by comments given by business secretary Greg Clark.
The ONS household projections have thrown a hand-grenade into the debate on local plans, but what should developers and councils do?
On 1 October 2018 The Town and Country Planning (Pre-commencement Conditions) Regulations 2018 come into force in England.