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In the wake of Mental Health Awareness Week earlier this month, a new website portal has been launched which provides free resources and advice for organisations within the construction industry to help build a positive mental health culture. Every working day, two construction workers take their ow

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How can we fund social infrastructure through land value capture? Prof Mark Stephens talks through some of the options from his new research. All advanced economies face challenges of paying for social infrastructure including affordable housing and schools, as well as the challenge of paying for ma

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The British Safety Council looks at research showing that 65% of manual labourers haven't been given health and safety information at their workplaces, and considers the risk posed by a post-Brexit construction skills shortage combined with a growing marketplace. Last year, a survey found that 65% o

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The V&A is spearheading a £1 billion transformation at Dundee Waterfront. Image Credit: Ross Fraser McLean After attending a public-interest led development seminar hosted by the Scottish Land Commission in Glasgow last week, Keith Geddes outlines what the public sector can do to demonstrate it

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Isabel Garriga from Holmes Miller, who was elected as the next President of the Glasgow Institute of Architects, outlines her vision for the organisation. This year we are celebrating the 150th anniversary of the creation of the Glasgow Institute of Architects and I am delighted to have been elected

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Claire Tait Clare Tait, an environmental advisor at Kier, discusses her route into construction and the hugely varied role that she carries out as a woman in the sector.

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