Last year the age that half had bought their own home was 34; it was 26 in 1997, according to ONS figures. ‘Affordable’ housing stretches further out of reach for the majority, what could the solution be?
Four British universities hope their research on micro-robotics will enable businesses and public sector organisations to carry out work in dangerous environments.
The new bridge will form part of the Tay Cities Deal and was announced at Perth College by Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
A manufacturer and a robotics firm have teamed up with Innovate UK to develop a revolutionary ‘factory in a box’ to produce commercial roof tiles.
Education Secretary Damian Hinds has attacked the privilege given to academic qualifications and says vocational courses need to be more valued in order to solve Britain's productivity problem.
A new Core Innovation Hub aims to support the construction industry’s development and use of technologies such as digital design, advanced and offsite manufacturing, robotics, drones and augmented and virtual reality.
Digital technology is transforming the built environment sector. Specifically, Building Information Modelling (BIM) is enabling collaboration throughout the supply chain like never before.
With the country facing its greatest political crisis of recent years, it is unsurprising that manufacturers view their future with varying degrees of uncertainty and alarm.
Part of the £600bn of infrastructure projects will be made using offsite construction methods, which are said to be more efficient and productive.
The British company has won an order worth in excess of £13m for over 250 of its machines from a Scottish plant hire business.