Sport Liverpool's home, Anfield

The Premier League side are looking to redevelop their existing ground

Lord Wolfson at the launch of the 2014 Wolfson Prize in London last month

Donate land for new generation of garden cities or suburbs, developers told

Report makes recommendations designed to help ease the plight of the 1.7m people currently on waiting lists for social housing

What even is affordable housing?

The definition of this vanishing resource slips all over the place

Buoyant building sector hits fastest growth in six years

Construction hit its fastest level of growth in six years, according to the latest survey of the building sector.

A digital depiction of a plan for Soho in 1954 shows the district built over with platforms, with glass-bottomed canals following street patterns and 24-storey towers

Exhibition reveals how London could have looked if radical development projects from the past century were given green light

From knocking most of Covent Garden to building castles in the sky over Soho, London would look very different today if it wasn’t for conservationists

Firefighters search in the the rubble of a collapsed building in Guarulhos, outskirt of Sao Paulo, Brazill

5-story building collapses in Sao Paulo suburb 

A five-story building under construction collapsed last night in the Sao Paulo suburb of Guarulhos, although there were no immediate reports of casualties.

UK construction sector growing at its fastest pace in six years

Britain's construction sector expanded at its fastest pace in six years in November, hitting its highest levels of output and employment since August 2007, according to newly released data.

The incident happened in a Reykjavík suburb

Man shot dead in first ever fatal police shooting in Iceland

The island nation has such a low crime rate officers rarely have to draw their weapons

Official figures have revealed that the Government is breaking its promise to ensure that a new council house or flat is built to replace every one sold to tenants

Ministers ‘breaking promise over new council homes’

The Government is breaking its promise to ensure that a new council house or flat is built to replace every one sold to tenants, official figures have revealed.

Martin McSherry has an idea of stacking coffins in a high-rise tower in Oslo

Norway's vertical cemetery idea destined to die

A daily reminder of mortality towering over Oslo may not to be everyone’s taste, but a young architect has earned a commendation for his plans to build Norway’s first vertical cemetery.

The misery induced by a rogue planning decision in Redbridge

The nightmare began when a private Islamic School, Apex, received permission from Redbridge Council to open in a residential street in Ilford

McAfee claims to have lost the majority of his fortune during the financial crisis

Evicted anti-virus guru John McAfee on the run again

Tycoon leaves US for Canada after building manager says guns and gangs made him fear for his life

Bob Crow, leader of the Rail Maritime and Transport union, which commissioned the study, said: 'This latest research shows that the failures of privatisation are costing the UK hundreds of billions of pounds in social value.'

Bob Crow: 'I have no moral duty' to move out of council house despite receiving six-figure salary as RMT boss

The RMT general secretary said he was being victimised for living in a council property and it would be unfair on his family to move them out of it

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