The proposal, which has already prompted the resigntion of two senior cabinet ministers, could cause “an unprecedented skills deficit”
Stocks slump amid fears over the future of Theresa May’s Brexit deal
Corporate turnaround continues, but shares tumble as housebuilder warns Brexit concerns still present
Worcester Bosch boss Carl Arntzen says members having to plan for UK crashing out of EU
Only Bristol is expected to show growth in tender pricing, according to consultant’s report
To win new recruits to construction we must all get behind a shared industry plan – changing perceptions and building a seamless talent pipeline
We are not going to meet the economic shock of Brexit by building in the way we’ve always done. We have to embrace radical change
Will we have enough of the right people to build our projects to the right standards and at the right price?
Even firms that are scenario-planning for Brexit admit that predicting what will happen is a massive guess, so no wonder commercial architect Lee Polisano told Building he spends a lot of time worrying about it all
With Brexit already taking its toll on construction’s workforce, Andrew Stunell says we have to act with speed to mitigate the worst effects of this political folly
Although you wouldn’t know it from the way we talk about it sometimes, the British construction industry is the envy of the world.
As we head towards Brexit, the Construction Leadership Council continues to build foundations to ensure stability and robustness in the industry
The percentage of homes built offsite remains low due to concerns from housebuilders, but with new government thinking MMC could provide urgently needed housing
Contingency plans will be essential if the rules trigger a Brexodus of European workers – and key to this will be a campaign to tempt more young Britons into pursuing a career in construction
Barely 10% of construction thinks government cares enough about the industry to get a good Brexit deal. We report on the levels of pessimism revealed by our exclusive survey and how Building will be campaigning until the Brexit deadline to get your voices heard