Woolly jargon will not plug skills gap

Learning from John Egan is rarely fun. His grandiose visions of a unified construction industry are more about committee work, strangely-titled industry bodies and woolly concepts than actually making great architecture. His latest contribution: a plan to solve the skills crisis so the government's Sustainable Communities Plan investment isn't wasted ...

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