Experts have predicted that the construction industry is going to grow by 150,000 jobs in the coming years.
There is good news for construction scaffolding firms operating in any of the big northern cities, as well as areas on their outskirts.
Did you know that Japanese homes are destroyed after around 30 years and rebuilt?
A property development company is working on creating new houses built on stilts that can rise up from the ground if a flood takes place.
Quarry Hill has become the cultural quarter of Leeds following a major redevelopment of the area and is now about to receive a major facelift.
Bolton council have unveiled a master plan to regenerate the town, which will cost around £1 billion when all is said and done.
The project, on the former Stokes Tiles Centre site, will have living space as well as retail outlets & cafes on the ground floors.
Newly published figures show that for the year 2016 to 2017, the UK attracted more foreign direct investment projects than ever before.
On the face of it the construction sector performed exceptionally well last year, but there are signs that the industry is experiencing something of a slowdown. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) revealed that although the private housing and private commercial sectors saw output increase by 13 per cent and nine per cent respectively in 2016, this isn’t the …
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