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Our thoughts on the latest developments across property and infrastructure.

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The ambitious Five Year and General Practice Forward View sets out a striking challenge to the NHS


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The advantages of transformation partnerships

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Rational design for higher education

The national higher education league table, published by the Times Higher Education (THE), is determined largely based on student experience and is frequently consulted by prospective students when deciding which university they will apply to. League positions can have a considerable influence on a student’s selection and universities work hard towards improving their ranking each year.


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What's the best way to judge the market?

As market cycles turn onwards, there is one surefire way to tell that the market is growing and we're in the grip of a capacity problem: check the number of desks at a construction management firm.


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Increasing the Employability of University Students

Jonathan Telling looks at how Universities are continuously investing in their estates and facilities in order to meet demands and provide the best experience for students.


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CDM 2015 - One Year On

The revised CDM regulations came into force in April last year. One year in, Fiona Khosla, senior associate director, Capita Property and Infrastructure, explains what the main changes have been and how they have bedded in.


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The modern health and safety professional's toolkit

Jonathan Hughes, Capita Health and Safety Training and Litigation, explains how the modern health and safety professional needs to incorporate commercial awareness, business acumen, charisma and communication skills into their toolkit.


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Developing at the Rail Interface

We see increasing levels of collaboration taking place in the market where developers focusing on the commercial and residential sectors have been coming together to create their own fusion of mixed use “destination” development. Many are now exploring new and less conventional settings such as at the rail Interface, with interesting outputs. But, this is not without its challenges and savvy developers need to ensure their supply chains are up to the task.


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