Web sites

  • Construction

    British Insitute of Facilities Management - provides information on all aspects of facilities management including jobs and careers, as well as new developments in the field
    Building Research Establishment - provides consultancy, testing, research and training for all aspects of the built environment and associated industries.
    Building Centre, London - in Central London, was established in 1931. It has, since then, developed to become an independent forum dedicated to providing information and inspiration to all sectors of the built environment. The Centre is open to all involved in architecture and construction; it is a place where you can learn and develop knowledge and join the ongoing debate about the built environment. The Building Centre operates as the commercial arm of The Building Centre Trust which is an educational charity, focusing on the built environment. 
    Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) - Having been granted its Royal Charter in 2013 it promotes the knowledge, study and practice of each and all of the arts and sciences concerned with building technology, planning, design, construction, maintenance and repair of the built environment and the creation and maintenance of a high standard of professional qualification, conduct and practice. 
    Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) - professional body for construction management and leadership. It aims have been to promote the science of building and construction for the benefit of society since it was founded in 1834. It has a role in accrediting university degrees, educational courses and training.         Chartered Institute of Housing - Includes a media section with easy online access to a wide range of newspaper articles. 
    CIBSE - (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) is the standard setter and authority on building services engineering. It publishes Guidance and Codes which are internationally recognised as authoritative, and sets the criteria for best practice in the profession. 
    CIRIA - Construction Industry Research and Information Association: it operates across market sectors and disciplines delivering a programme of business improvement services and research activities for its members and those engaged with the delivery and operation of the built environment 
    Concrete Centre - is the trade, technical and research organisation that represents the interests of the UK's cement industry in its relations with Government, the European Union and other relevant organisations. It has an establishment of technical and support staff, including leading authorities on environment, legislation, materials, standards and engineering. 
    Concrete Society - the activities of The Society's advisory, technical development, professional/business networking, CPD and information services provide the construction industry with a major focal point for information and a proactive forum for debate and action. We play a vital role in encouraging the use and development of concrete as a uniquely versatile and competitive material. 
    Constructing Excellence - Includes case studies and details of publications. 
    MPA Cement - useful for information about the production of cement. Focuses on Uk and European news relating to the cement industry and describes the sustainable production techniques used in the production of cement. 
    National Building Specification - offers distinctive, innovative specification and information solutions to construction industry professionals. It has produced specification products for over 30 years, such as the national standard specification system for the UK. It produces a range of information products, including The Construction Information Service, a joint venture with IHS. From 2005 it has been publisher of the Building Regulations Approved Documents for England and Wales. It is part of  RIBA Enterprises Ltd, which is wholly owned by the  Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
    National Statistics

    Planning and Real Estate

    Adjudication - Includes FAQs, case law and articles on adjudication. 
    Building Centre, London
     - in Central London, was established in 1931. It has, since then, developed to become an independent forum dedicated to providing information and inspiration to all sectors of the built environment. The Centre is open to all involved in architecture and construction; it is a place where you can learn and develop knowledge and join the ongoing debate about the built environment. 
    The Building Centre operates as the commercial arm of The Building Centre Trust which is an educational charity, focusing on the built environment. 
    Chartered Institute of Housing - Includes a media section with easy online access to a wide range of newspaper articles. 
    Images of England - is a ‘point in time’ photographic library of England’s listed buildings, recorded at the turn of the 21st century. You can view over 300,000 images of England’s built heritage from lamp posts to lavatories, phone boxes to toll booths, mile stones to gravestones, as well as thousands of bridges, historic houses and churches. 
    Local Government Information 
    National Building Specification - offers distinctive, innovative specification and information solutions to construction industry professionals. It has produced specification products for over 30 years, such as the national standard specification system for the UK. It produces a range of information products, including The Construction Information Service, a joint venture with IHS. From 2005 it has been publisher of the Building Regulations Approved Documents for England and Wales. 
    It is part of  RIBA Enterprises Ltd, which is wholly owned by the  Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
    National Statistics 
    National Trust 
    Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment - has developed strong working partnerships with many of the leading stakeholders in urban design and architecture, both in the UK and international 
    RICS-Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors