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The housing crisis and the questions we still need to answer

February 22, 2017

If continuing to do what we’re already doing was going to solve the housing crisis, there wouldn’t be a crisis…

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Supply Chain Sustainability School

February 03, 2017

What is the school? The School was established five years ago by a group of top construction contractors, to provide…

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UK Green Building Council

February 01, 2017

Sustainability is a broad yet complex term used more frequently to describe a manner of different topics; its importance within…

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Work Related Road Risk

January 25, 2017

Statistics show 1760 people are killed on our road each year and 30% of those deaths involve a driver ‘at…

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Land Promoter Partners – A Great Idea but Does it go far Enough?

January 18, 2017

Releasing public sector land for development is essential if we are to meet the demand for new homes of all…

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The Balancing Act… What is Sustainability and What Does it Mean for Construction Projects?

December 08, 2016

“The ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own…

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Embrace the Spirit of Level 2 BIM and Reap the Business Rewards

November 24, 2016

Collaborative working is the spirit and principle behind level 2 BIM. Open collaboration informed by shared information within the supply…

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Osborne named as Finalists in UK Customer Satisfaction Awards

November 14, 2016

Osborne are proud to have been named as finalists in the UK Customer Satisfaction Awards 2017 and has been has…

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The story of social infrastructure

October 27, 2016

Why you need to start at the end My interest in wanting to explore the definition of social infrastructure starts…

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Fairness, Inclusion and Respect – A Pathway to Prosperity

October 26, 2016

The construction and built environment sector faces skills shortages at all levels and across all disciplines. Yet, compared to sectors…

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