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Our thoughts on the latest developments across property and infrastructure.

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What Santa is bringing us for 2015

Phil Cusack looks at the year ahead...


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The HS2 Vision

Phil Downes discusses the role of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the development of HS2...


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Fire safety - a third of businesses are non-compliant

More than a third of non-residential premises audited were not fully compliant with the Fire Safety Order.


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NHF Report

Are housing associations pulling their weight on delivering new homes and implementing energy efficiency?


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Regulation or deregulation?

Martin Barnard reviews the 23rd Capita Health and Safety Lecture by Prof Ragnar Löfstedt


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Education is key

Capita's Richard McCarthy on the changing face of the education estate


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Are Housing Associations Pulling Their Weight?

Tony Hutchinson asks if housing associations are delivering new homes and implementing energy efficiency?


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Public Inquiries In The Digital Age

Who knew that public inquiries would enter the digital age? Well, they have…


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Health and Safety - Drop the Toxic Brand?

Martin Barnard looks at whether the ‘Health and Safety’ brand needs a complete rethink...


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Right? Wrong!

Right? Wrong.


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Raising the Standard

A new industry standard – BS 11000 – has loomed into view and it is one that could lead to genuine change.


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Retrofitting London

Richard McCarthy will be speaking at the BASE London event on Thursday 26th June at the Guildhall in London.


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Rise of the North

Tony Hutchinson on a new city for the north...


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NHS Asset Disposals - A Fine Balancing Act

The launch of NHS Property Services resulted in the formation of one of Europe’s biggest property companies...


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Democracy is Key

Tony Hutchinson on the vital role of democracy in the development process...


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Women in Construction: A Change in Approach

Anne Fuller asks where are the new ideas...


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Strategic asset management for long term gain

Richard McCarthy looks at asset management...


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Managing Safety

Martin Barnard, Director of Health and Safety, looks at how to manage safety...


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Minimum Spatial Requirements: The Expensive Option?

Simon Corben looks at the health estate…


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Rubbing the Lamp – or the Localism Genie

Richard McCarthy looks at the planning system....


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Leadership, Leadership and More Leadership

Martin Barnard, Director of Health and Safety, examines leadership...


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Airport Capacity - the 2020 Challenge!

The debate around aviation capacity in the UK continues...


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Flooding - we need to focus on the central issue

Capita’s Tony Hutchinson on the recent floods and the actions the UK now need to take


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Regeneration Past, Present and Future

Richard McCarthy looks at the importance of regeneration…


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Creating Value and Building a Legacy

This is not an article about Help to Buy. That would be too obvious...


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The Chance for Change

Liam Ryan looks at the recent Williams Commission report


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Design quality in health

David Lawrence on how excellent healthcare estates can improve frontline services


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Knowledge is Power

Chris Boyce considers the value of understanding all aspects of a building prior to refurbishment


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A Question of Scale

Capita's David Lawrence discusses hospital estate design...


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Unprecedented investment creates rail capacity challenges

Joseph Infante on what's in store for the rail sector in 2014...


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Breaking Boundaries

Richard McCarthy analyses a new report from Centre for Cities...


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