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Inspector Dogberry: Project Management

Business Reporter’s canine columnist fetches the best project management news. Follow The Inspector on Twitter at @DogberryTweets.

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Report: climate change to set new challenges for UK infrastructure

The effects of climate change are “already occurring on all continents and across the oceans”, and will make projects such as flood defences increasingly important, according to a report.

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Consortium aims to rescue Portsmouth shipbuilding industry

Businesses and politicians in Portsmouth are trying to get funding for new shipbuilding projects in an effort to rescue the local industry.

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Project experts race to pull Pompeii back from the brink

Project managers are under pressure to save Pompeii from ruin, as the ancient Roman city threatens to fall into disrepair.

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Neighbourhood development plans flourishing in south

Communities in the south of England have been most active in planning what building projects could go ahead in their local area, according to research.

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Home on the rails: UK garden city development

Plans to develop the UK’s first commuter garden city for more than 100 years to help relieve the housing crisis have been met with cautious optimism. By Dave Baxter

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Going Londorground: Co-ordinating investment in London

Huge investment in the capital, both above and below the surface, needs to be co-ordinated in a way that benefits all

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Business World: Project Management

Senior reporter Dave Baxter brings you the latest project management news from around the world.

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Education key to better architecture

The UK should focus on education, community engagement and more “proactive” planning if it wants better building projects, a wide-ranging report has urged.

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Damned if you do… The hidden risks behind emerging nations’ grand projects

Grand projects in emerging nations, such as hydro-electric dams, could end up doing more harm than good if they are not efficiently managed.

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