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Ulster Uni partners with leading built-environment firms

Students in the final year of their Architectural Technology and Management degree programme t...

Cumbria Education Trust welcomes two new schools

Cumbrian multi academy trust flourishes with the addition of Tebay and Yanwath primary schools...

Spires Academy joins multi-academy trust

The Canterbury-based secondary school is partnering with E21C (Education for the 21st Century)...

Bishop Vesey's Grammar becomes the 150th SLS partner

Bishop Vesey's Grammar School has now become a community leisure venue as it joins forces with...

Caledonian wins place on ESFA School Framework

Caledonian is an approved supplier on the £50m Education and Skills Funding Agency Framework

The Student Housing Company named Best Halls Provider

The company sets new records at National Student Housing Survey Awards

Hairdresser styles new career in construction

Rowenna Valintine has decided to cut short her career in hairdressing and take up a new career...

McAvoy Group win industry award for Lynch Hill project

A McAvoy Group contracts manager has been recognised at Offsite Construction Awards for his wo...

Sunesis targets educational growth with new appointment

Fran Cox is the new operations director at Sunesis and will help the company to provide extra ...

Shrewsbury trainees kick-start career with Morris Joinery

Morris Joinery has hired two Shrewsbury College trainees after summer work experience programm...

Can internships narrow the skills gap in construction?

Johnathan Bulmer, MD of Cleveland Containers, says that interns could be key to addressing the...

Coventry student wants to change the face of construction

A Coventry University student, who is the only female studying construction management, wants ...

Why health and safety is so important in construction

Health and safety is a concern across all of the UK's industries, but it's of particular impor...

Uni partnership helps build careers in construction

GRAHAM Construction and Glasgow Caledonian University team up to introduce teens to the constr...

The UK's most instagrammable student accommodation?

Attractiveness is fast becoming one of the leading deciding factors for students choosing wher...

LK2 urges developers to 'return to basics'

The student accommodation architect spoke at a recent Westminster Higher Education Forum keyno...

Greater Manchester Loan Fund announces investment with SLS

Greater Manchester Loan Fund has invested £0.44 million in School Lettings Solutions to suppor...

'Adopt a School' connects IKB Academy and Campbell Reith

A new partnership between a Keynsham school and an engineering consultancy is being built on f...

'Return to basics' says architect at Westminster event

LK2 Director Andrew Kitchen spoke at the Westminster Higher Education Forum, on the changing s...

Short circuiting energy costs

Mark Stevenson, Bright Spark Energy MD,  has tips for schools looking to be greener and save m...

Viking House project wins environmental design prize

Amani Radeef wins this year's Max Fordham Environmental Design Prize for her contemporary town...

Contemplating the future of the physical campus

What will universities be like in 25 years' time? Will technology reduce the need to be on cam...

Core Assets leaves lasting research legacy

The children's services group celebrates the success of the Centre of Excellence it founded fi...

£500,000 donation for Beacon of Light's education facilities

Sunderland's Beacon of Light will use the donation for phase one of the construction

Building a future for Britain's education facilities

The demand for education facilities is on the rise and the need for cost efficient and sustain...

Integra Buildings invests £3m to grow manufacturing capacity

The company has bought six acres of industrial land for £1.6m, and plans a further £1.4m inves...

Pupil place planning: An urban problem and a rural challenge

Predicting and planning for pupil placing is difficult in both urban and rural areas, but ther...

Planners unanimously approve new school and homes in Hackney

The developers are going contribute £1.5 million to Hackney's Housing Supply Programme

Arthur McKay creates a new partnership with Glasgow University

Glasgow University will work with Arthur McKay as part of their Planned Preventative Maintenan...

Industry partnerships are key to closing the skills gap

Partnerships allow students to gain real insight into what employers expect and develop vital ...

Manor Property Group appoints new Education Director

Gary Warke MBE says that he is excited to be joining the Board during the implementation of th...

Uliving to finance £67.5m student accommodation scheme

The new student accommodation will be developed at University of Essex and will include 643 ne...

Newton Property is factoring in the next generation

The factoring company has launched a new scheme to offer paid placements to pupils

Contractors appointed to £225m modular buildings framework

Fusion21's framework will go live at the beginning of June 2017

ROCKWOOL launches CPD on acoustic standards in schools

ROCKWOOL has developed a new CPD for architects entitled 'Acoustic Standards in Schools'

How can academies benefit from Condition Improvement Fund?

Michael Farmer, Head of Technical at 361 Degrees, discusses how academies can use CIF to impro...

Horbury launches new property services business

 The new company, Horbury Property Services will provide Facilities Management, Maintenance an...

Broadstock wins Coventry contract

Coventry University chooses North West's Broadstock for contract worth a potential £5m

Two new academies open in Torbay

The two new schools offer alternative educational provision for 11-16 year olds outside of mai...

How do CDM regulations 2015 affect schools? 

School heads and governing bodies need to apprise themselves of their new responsibilities