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Press Releases - Archive

Aug 2014

What’s in a name?

In the third in a series of articles for the Glenigan Newsletter on the changing face of construction marketing, Ross Sturley of CIMCIG argues the case for keeping a strong brand name.

Emma’s mountainous challenge for GOSH

A Glenigan researcher is strapping on her hiking boots to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Glenigan wins development pipeline tender for DCLG

Glenigan has won a competitive tender to supply planning application and development pipeline data to the Department for Communities and Local Government.

What makes an iconic office building?

Our commercial office expert Clarissa Jennings discusses the key elements of an iconic office building in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.

Will materials capacity hold back UK construction growth?

Our economist Tom Crane discusses key issues surrounding material supply as the construction industry continues to move into recovery in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.

Green belt under development

Glenigan's Economics Director Allan Wilén outlines the key findings of our new report Green Belt Under Development, as featured in The Daily Telegraph on Monday (11 August).

NBS Live: Digital Thinking, Smart Building

NBS Live is back for a second year, bigger and better than before.

Wind energy: to be or not to be?

Our utilities expert Caroline Lockyer examines the arguments for and against wind farm development in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.
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