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The Carillion collapse has illustrated the lack of payment security in the UK construction industry and the devastating impact on small firms up and...
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In what was an up and down year for construction, contract activity for new orders reached a total of £71 billion in 2017, a...
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The liquidation of construction giant Carillion could lead to potentially catastrophic losses for thousands of SMEs, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA)...
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Carillion collapsed this morning after its banks lost faith in the construction company, throwing hundreds of major projects into doubt and forcing the government...
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Unite, the UK’s largest union, is calling on the government to “consider all possible options” including bringing contracts in-house, as doubts continue to grow...
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Yesterday SIG PLC issued a trading update for the year ended 31 December 2017 ("FY 2017") which revealed that roup revenue from continuing operations...

The UK’s £56.5 billion construction product manufacturing industry is expected to slow this year as the sector lost its pace at the end of...

Simon Lewis, a partner in the Construction and Engineering team at Womble Bond Dickinson, provides more thoughts and a case law example on the...

Britain is to build more homes, but will they be better quality homes? Philip Hammond underlined the government’s approach to solving the housing crisis...
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FIS technical director Joe Cilia considers the usefulness, and importance, of standards in the finishes and interiors sector, and opens up discussion on whether...