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- Rail’s Revolution18 December 2020Railway stations are becoming important community hubs, explain Anna Heaton, partner and co-head of the transport sector at Addleshaw Goddard, and Mike Gardner, technical director for urban transport & regeneration at Atkins
- Crossing the Line18 December 2020Harriet Gladwell-Phillips, Sir Robert McAlpine Capital Ventures, and Richard Coe, Kajima Partnerships
- Covid Contingency Planning18 December 2020Judith Hopper, partner, and Olivia Blessington, senior associate, Bevan Brittan
- Avoiding Disputes at Expiry18 December 2020Stephenson Harwood partners Jonathan Cripps, Charlotte Heywood and the team consider some of the pitfalls that partners can face as projects head towards handback
- 10 points? If only it were that simple19 November 2020Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled his 10-point plan to make the UK carbon neutral by 2050. It won’t be as easy as it sounds, says Paul Jarvis
- Review to Renew: Evolution or starting again?5 November 2020The Irish government’s review of the National Development Plan (NDP) raises plenty of questions, says Paul Jarvis
- Women Taking a Stand4 November 2020There are growing signs of women moving up the ranks, says Rachel Gray, of Zolando
- Diversity: Do Nothing is No Longer an Option3 November 2020Senior associate Shagaana Sivakumar outlines how the BLM movement has helped to drive Deloitte’s ethnic diversity agenda
- So Much More To Do3 November 2020Three female lawyers at Addleshaw Goddard give their personal perspectives on what diversity, inclusion and allyship mean to them
- Tick, tick, tick8 October 2020Anyone hoping that the Conservative conference would give a hint to the UK government’s plans to ‘build back better’ will have been disappointed by speeches from the chancellor and prime minister, says Paul Jarvis
- A €14bn PPP ripe for picking6 October 2020David Keniry considers why Ireland could be the Apple of investors’ eyes
- We need to talk25 September 2020Putting forward the credible case for private investment in public infrastructure needs to be properly articulated – and there are roles here for both the public and private sectors, says Paul Jarvis
- It’s all Greek to me – for now11 September 2020With leadership changes inbound, can Greece’s recent momentum attract an international audience, asks senior reporter Jonathan Davies
- Recovery and renewal24 June 2020Newly joined director of Consultancy Services at HCP Eddie Davies, talks about the ‘new normal’ in working practices.
- Covid-19 NHS emergency5 May 2020Michael Boyd and Sharon Renouf, partners at Bevan Brittan discuss heading off PFI provider disruption to the NHS estate
- The Green Book and Social Value5 March 2020By Graham Mather CBE, President, The Infrastructure Forum
- Ireland’s National Development Plan must be delivered12 February 2020Years of progress in delivering essential infrastructure projects cannot be derailed by Ireland’s political inertia. Further still the Irish electorate now expect these projects to be expedited. By David Keniry, Editor.