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Robot House – The New Wave in Architecture and Robotics

Robot House by Peter Testa, forewords by Eric Owen Moss and Greg Lynn is an in-depth survey, manual and manifesto of breathtaking new techniques for designing and building by the leading pioneer of architecture and robotics. Robotics is the fastest-growing and most exciting area of development in architecture and architectural education... View Article

Sales to first-time buyers hit eight month low

NAEA Propertymark (National Association of Estate Agents) is today issuing its October Housing Report. Sales agreed and sales to first-time buyers (FTBs) The proportion of sales made to FTBs fell even lower to 22 per cent in October, the lowest... View Article

RIBA responds to Industrial Strategy

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has welcomed the Government’s new Industrial Strategy, but CEO Alan Vallance has made it clear the Institute sees this as the start, not the end of engagement between business and the Government. RIBA CEO Alan Vallance said: “An effective... View Article

Mayor vows to protect ‘the lungs of the capital’

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has strengthened the commitment to protect London’s Green Belt and other important open spaces for future generations and set out plans to help make more than half of London green by 2050 – both... View Article

NFB Annual Conference 2017: SME success for UK construction

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) held its sixth annual conference on Wednesday in London. The conference entitled ‘Making a success of UK construction’ took place at the prestigious County Hall in Westminster, London. Hosted by broadcaster and journalist Cathy Newman for... View Article

Nucleus: construction industry plagued by late payments

New research from Nucleus Commercial Finance reveals that the construction industry takes on average 66 days to pay its invoices despite typical 30 day payment terms. The results highlight one of the key reasons why the industry struggles with cash... View Article

Government confirms sector deal for construction

Commenting on the announcement the construction industry has secured a sector deal as part of the government’s Industrial Strategy, Dr Diana Montgomery, Construction Products Association Chief Executive said: “The construction sector has great potential as a key enabler of UK... View Article

London housebuilding steams ahead without budget support

With no major help coming in the Autumn Budget, the London housing industry – public, private and third sector – is getting on with business, with nearly 180,000 homes in the pipeline through local government models alone. London Mayor Sadiq... View Article

BAL specification team expands with three new hires

BAL – market-leaders in full tiling solutions – have expanded their specification team with the appointment of three experienced specification sales managers. Joining BAL are Daryl Smallbone, Allan Garland, and Phil Cooper, who will work with architects, designers and contractors... View Article

Timber’s time has come

David Connacher of Norbord explores the recent developments in the housebuilding industry that are providing sustained momentum in the timber frame construction market. Housebuilding has proved to be the most buoyant sector of the UK construction industry in the last... View Article
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