Lack of resources and poor understanding of the system mean that neighbourhood plans are not working, study finds.
We are frequently told that not enough homes are being built in the UK and that house prices are rising as demand outstrips supply. The problem is that we are often told about the problem, but rarely offered a solution other than easy sound bites such as ‘build higher’, ‘build ...
Darren Wood talks about terrorism-proofing in the UK’s workplaces and his experience as a security consultant
Report highlights need for clients, designers and contractors to collaborate if innovative construction technique is to take off in UK.
The UK has one of the world’s most complex tax codes, clocking in at more than 10 million words. Earlier this month, another few thousand words were added when draft legislation for capital gains tax for non-residents on UK property was published.
Ben Cooper asks what makes the islands the place to be and whether Brexit poses any risk
The NIC’s nationwide review proposes integrated planning for homes and infrastructure. How will the private sector react?
Technology can help make choice in the workplace less overwhelming.
An estimated 46% of 25-34 year olds live in private rented accommodation. This has risen from 27% in 2006-2007 and, as such, the build-to-rent sector has seen massive growth.
Some praise the guidelines’ flexibility, but insistence on a ‘case-by-case’ approach raises fears over lack of clarity.