This article explores whether the easing of some restrictions and the government investing £1.3 billion in the industry is the foundations for a better future.
With mechanical and electrical equipment accounting for up to 60% of the total dilapidation cost, this is a costly oversight that can no longer be ignored.
This guest article sees Peter Jackson, MD Jacksons Fencing, look at fencing in schools and how it could prove to be dangerous.
New research from bridging loans broker Octagon Capital reveals that lockdown had a significant impact on the number of Brits applying for planning permission
Simon Green, Managing Director of Green Building Design Consultants, who are leading specialists in low carbon building design, shares his thoughts on what the Future Homes Standard will really mean and his predictions for the future of gas.
The international outlook for R&D is remarkably promising despite strong headwinds, according to research released by Ayming Group, the business performance consultancy specialising in innovation.
Mortgage approvals in the month of August have reached the highest on record since October 2007, shortly before the financial crash.
With the return of children going back to school, the mass congregating of young people has seen a huge surge in COVID-19 cases across Britain.
The UK’s housing market has seen the highest month-on-month growth in property prices since February 2004, which has been fuelled by coronavirus and changing lifestyles.
Chancellor of Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, recently launched the Green Home Grants Scheme, allowing lower income households to receive vouchers of £5,000 or £10,000 towards home improvements to make their homes more energy efficient.