The latest official ONS output figures show falling construction activity, for the first time since 2013 Q1.
The renewable energy sector is currently in turmoil as the Government calls a halt to new on-shore windfarm projects and cut sharply the feed-in tariff for other renewables.
The latest Glenigan Index shows that construction activity has returned to growth, with the value of projects starting on site higher than a year earlier for the first time since March.
High pressure equipment is used in fracking, water, sand and chemicals are injected into the rock at high pressure. Is this doing more harm than good?
New homes, everyone wants them. The population is growing, and the number of households increasing. So why is it still a problem? Well, it’s complicated…
With more than a quarter of its projects disappearing since December 2014, more needs to be done to improve the consistency and accuracy of the UK Government construction pipeline.
Our hotel and leisure sector expert Clarissa Jennings takes a closer look at some exciting hotels being built throughout the UK.
Our education expert Emma Dukes takes a closer look at how the ProCure programmes are impacting construction in the UK health sector.