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The Global Research Network on Collective Action by Atypical and Precarious Workers was launched on Thursday 17 August in Santiago (Chile).

The Centre for the Study of the Production of the Built Environment (ProBE), has published their updated business plan for 2017.

Academics from the ProBE research group to present research on post-war building workers at the Scottish Oral History Centre.

Dr Colin Gleeson, Principal Lecturer in the Department of Property and Construction in the University’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, has been a joint author of a recently published data analysis of heat pump installations from the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme.

A report produced by the ProBE team at the University of Westminster in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Loughborough considers the poor representation of women in the construction industry.

We are pleased to announce that Aletha Holborough, a PhD student in ProBE and based in the Human Resource Management Department has successfully met the examiners’ requirements for award of a PhD.

The call for papers is now open to participate in the Labour, Work and Climate Change: a Labour Process Perspective stream at the upcoming International Labour Process Conference in Berlin, 4–6 April 2016.

The UK Committee on Climate Change has specifically identified heat-pump technology as part of its low-carbon strategy to replace gas boilers in buildings. However, new research from the University of Westminster suggests that if the UK is to meet its climate and energy goals then the current vocational education and...

We are pleased to offer a PhD Studentship, consisting of a fee waiver and annual stipend of £16,000 for three years.

Historic England have amended the list description for Waterloo Bridge to take in to account research by ProBE Co-Director Christine Wall into the history of its construction during the Second World War.

On 14 July 2014, the Centre for the Study of the Production of the Built Environment (ProBE), with Kings College London, held a workshop and seminar asking how vocational education, training and qualifications for low energy construction (LEC) accommodates to the European Qualifications Framework?

The Centre for the Study of the Production of the Built Environment (ProBE) has been producing several publications and seminars since last year.

Dr. Christine Wall and Prof. Linda Clarke of the Centre for the study of the Production of the Built Environment (ProBE) were present at the launch on March 12th, at the Houses of Parliament, of a new report highlighting the low numbers of women who work in the construction industry.

University of Westminster has given its written support for a partnership between ProBE and York University, Toronto, Canada

ProBE's brand new portal has been launched as part of a wider online research strategy implemented by the University's Digital Communications Team.

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