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Key figures in the planning and delivery of sustainable development, infrastructure and transport
services have called for changes to the National Planning Policy Framework to improve the availablity of transport links.
MPs investigating the Carillion insolvency have blasted the Government for putting public services at risk.
MPs have accused the Government of lacking ‘the decisiveness or bravery’ to address the failures in corporate regulation that allowed Carillion to collapse as a result of the ‘recklessness, hubris and greed’ of its directors.
MPs have accused Carillion of displaying ‘utter contempt’ for its suppliers by using them as a line of credit to shore up its balance sheet while concealing the scale of its debt.
Workers in the construction industry are vulnerable to exploitation and slavery, including the cover-up of serious accidents, according to two new reports.
Chris Grayling has given the go-ahead for the controversial road tunnel at Silvertown in East London, despite concerns over its impact on air pollution in the area.
Planners have called on the Government to focus more on transport-oriented housing developments as a study reveals only half of new housing is built within 2km of a train station.
Directors’ body ADEPT has recognised the achievements of councils in the world of place at its Annual Dinner and President’s Awards.
A new Internet of Things solution to managing highway gully networks developed in partnership with the Government uses 'self-learning algorithms, specialist sensor technology and multiple data feeds' to predict failures.
Transport Nertwork has revealed some of the difficulties facing the Government's Apprenticeship Levy and reported on calls for reform. In this article Liz Garvey, HR director at FM Conway, looks at how firms can make the most of the current system.
Transport Network received a briefing on Highways England's attempts to refine its variable speed limit system.
Last week the Department for Transport published a raft of papers on how rail enhancement projects will be chosen in future, including a couple of documents on a new framework for market led proposals that look, at first sight, to be contradictory.
Dominic Browne gets the latest on how the strategic road network operator is helping beat the cold and share its knowledge.