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Oliver Michelson

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  • Fire

    Fire highlights risk to timber framed sitesSubscription

    3 December 2009Comments (1)

    The dangers of timber framed construction were highlighted last week, it has been claimed, following a blaze that broke out on a construction site in Peckham.

  • World Architecture Festival Draws To A CloseSubscription

    6 November, 2009

    The World Architecture Festival (WAF) closes tonight with the announcement of the overall winner.

  • pile of cash

    Business insolvencies downSubscription

    6 November, 2009

    There has been a 4.7% decrease in company insolvencies compared to quarter two according to a report issued by the Insolvency Service today.

  • Lack of skills puts £200bn of government projects at riskSubscription

    6 November, 2009Comments (2)

    The value for money of 43 major government projects is at risk according to a report released today by the National Audit Office (NAO).

  • David Cameron

    Cameron backs CrossrailSubscription

    6 November, 2009Comments (2)

    David Cameron last week repeated the Conservative Party’s commitment to Crossrail.

  • Construction slows faster than rest of the economySubscription

    22 October 2009

    Construction is one of the worst performing sectors of the British economy, despite offering the best opportunities for economic recovery, according to new research published this week.

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    Ofgem highlights £200bn energy gapSubscription

    15 October 2009

    Britain needs to spend £200bn to make up a looming shortfall in electricity generating capacity, energy watchdog Ofgem said last week.

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    UKTI: £30bn must be spent in RioSubscription

    9 October, 2009Comments (3)

    UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) has urged British firms to involve themselve in schemes to build the £30bn of infrastructure needed for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.