Construction Archive

Boris Johnson at MIPIM: the world’s largest property fair

[responsivevoice_button] Think of any community in the UK (or even worldwide)

From Olympic spectacle to social crisis: review of Future Suspended

[responsivevoice_button] Review: Crisis-Scape’s new film invites us in to the shadows

JCB equipment used in Jordan Valley home demolition

 [responsivevoice_button] Corporate Watch has been provided with photos of JCB equipment

Roads to nowhere in Bexhill and Hastings

[responsivevoice_button] As protestors are resisting one of the first road projects

The construction companies: Hochtief-Vinci

[responsivevoice_button] Adrian Hopkins from The Combe Haven Defenders tells Corporate Watch

Soundings: The Consultation Industry in the Elephant & Castle

[responsivevoice_button] SNAG (Southwark Notes Archives Group) tells Corporate Watch about the

Where now for international resistance to the corporate Olympics?

[responsivevoice_button] The International Counter Olympics Network (ICON) was established the day

King’s Cross Central: ‘a crude exercise in social engineering’

[responsivevoice_button] King’s Cross Central, one of Europe’s biggest inner city regeneration

Corporate Olympics: Introduction

[responsivevoice_button] Now that the Olympics and Paralympics and all the associated

Preparing London for the Corporate Games: the Docklands Planning Model

[responsivevoice_button] Ian Blunt explains how legislation and ‘democratic’ processes were adapted

Bread and circuses: the shady business of the International Olympic Committee

[responsivevoice_button] Ian Blunt and Beth Lawrence outline some key events in

Greenwash Gold 2012 campaign

[responsivevoice_button] Richard Solly describes the Greenwash Gold 2012 Campaign, which aims

Blacklisted workers and NHS staff challenge construction companies

[responsivevoice_button] Corporate Watch delves into the shady world of worker blacklists,

Blacklisted agency workers cannot be protected by court

[responsivevoice_button] The Central London Employment Tribunal has ruled that, although security

Get out of town: Ledbury residents resist Tesco development

[responsivevoice_button] Few companies will have been celebrating the coalition’s proposed ‘reform’