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5 architecture and construction trends to look out for in 2023

The way the construction industry responds to the current trends and challenges...

Getting to grips with a challengin...

January 4, 2023

One client had an £8 million development in Mayfair. It had been standing empty for years, and now there was finally interest in it. The client had a private group of investors waiting for the right developer to take the...

Multiproject reduces complexity, w...

December 26, 2022

When you’re working on a project of less than £1 million, you might not think it’s worth bringing in a cost consultant. But investing up front can save a whole host of problems later. We were approached by a prospective...

Why hire an employer’s agent?

November 16, 2022

An employer’s agent is someone who represents you in design and build contracts to make sure they’re fulfilled accurately and for the agreed costs. They ensure your responsibilities under any contract are fulfilled and remove the risk of noncompliance, but...

What’s our role in tackling climat...

November 3, 2022

As countries gather for COP27 this month, how much has really changed since COP26 or the Paris Agreement? You only have to look at the news – or out the window – to understand that the climate crisis is well...

How funding restrictions are drivi...

October 12, 2022

September’s mini-budget threw the UK into turmoil, with the now-scrapped 45p tax rate abolition forcing the Bank of England to make significant increases in interest rates to reduce inflation and stabilise the value of the pound. The government’s subsequent U-turn...

What the government’s Growth...

October 11, 2022

There’s no doubt that the volatility of the pound is making budgeting for new and existing projects difficult, especially when construction materials are being imported from abroad. On the client side, getting fixed cost quotes has been challenging. This complicates...

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