Tag : General election 2017
Who exactly is the new housing minister and, given the many issues facing the residential sector, what should be his first priorities? asks Kate Youde
The biggest worry about the short term is uncertainty. But architects are pretty good at dealing with this, writes Paul Finch
Uncertainty around Brexit gave architecture business leaders the jitters in 2016, but look a bit deeper and there are signs of resilience, writes Emily Booth
New housing minister namedSubscription
Reading West MP Alok Sharma has been appointed as new housing and planning minister.
Amid the uncertainty of a hung parliament, the profession must act to ensure the new government properly tackles the housing crisis, says John Assael
With the Conservatives moving swiftly to try and form a coalition with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), the AJ explores what this could mean for the profession
Housing minister Gavin Barwell has lost his Croydon Central seat amid a disappointing night for the Conservative Party.
Shock election result: what Twitter saidSubscription
The AJ’s round up of the reaction to the hung parliament on social media
The Scottish profession has reacted to the UK’s political uncertainty and what it means for Brexit, after a shocking election resulted in a hung parliament
After an extraordinary election night, the profession reacts to the prospect of a hung parliament and the uncertainty threatening the profession, given the impending Brexit negotiations