Editorial

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These may be rosier times for the construction industry, but the dark days of the recession are  still casting their shadow across the sector. ...
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Contracts awarded within the construction industry held strong during May, with £6.1 billion worth of contracts awarded and no...
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CITB has announced the timeline for consulting with construction employers on how its levy could work alongside the Government’s Apprenticeship Levy. The Consensus process,...
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The latest State of Trade Survey from Build UK has shown that costs are continuing to rise with two thirds reporting higher labour costs...
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The Construction Product Association’s latest Construction Trade Survey shows that construction activity increased across the supply chain in Q1 but uncertainty leads to reduced...
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Stortford Interiors has won a £2.8 million interior fit-out contract at 4 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central from Wates Construction. The 47-week project will include the fit-out of...
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International businesses are postponing investment in Britain in the wake of EU uncertainty and the Brexit debate, a new paper by the Royal Institution...
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Around two thirds of Brits wouldn’t consider working in construction, says a new survey from Construction United.  The survey, conducted by YouGov,  polled 2,000 members...
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Despite the Government promising to deliver 200,000 new homes by 2020, the latest survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has revealed...
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The Construction Products Association (CPA) is forecasting 3.0% growth in construction output during 2016 and 3.6% in 2017, a downward revision from the 3.6%...