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ECIC Launches Legal Expenses Insurance Product for Specialist Contractors

WITH THE cost of legal disputes in UK construction at an all-time high and tribunal cases rising sharply in the past year, ECIC, the specialist...

Brexit – Are Construction Workers Leaving or Leaving their Options Open?

RESULTS from a survey of 10,500 construction workers has revealed that one in three EU nationals have considered leaving the UK because of the...

What Would a No-Deal Brexit Mean for UK Construction?

JUST SHORT of two months until Brexit day and still nobody has an idea of how the UK will manage and what the landscape...

BSI Gets Go Ahead to Regulate Products After Brexit

THE NETHERLANDS government has designated the British Standards Institute (BSI) as a notified body for Construction Products Regulations, allowing it to continue certifying construction...

Marginal Rise for Construction in January

JANUARY DATA pointed to a loss of momentum for the UK construction sector, with business activity growth easing to its weakest for ten months. New...

Brexit: Is This Groundhog Day?

AFTER the recent Brexit vote and last week’s presentation of the ‘Deal’ to Parliament, Julia Evans, Chief Executive, BSRIA, comments: “On Tuesday, MPs voted to declare...

No Deal Brexit Advice for Timber Importers and Exporters

TIMBER importers and exporters need to consider requirements for their businesses in the event of a no deal Brexit. In a no deal scenario, businesses...

No Deal Brexit More Catastrophic for Construction than 2008 Financial Crisis

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) believes that leaving the EU without a deal would be more catastrophic for the construction industry than the...

Construction Industry Must Look Beyond Brexit, says BLP

Following the release of today’s Construction PMI figures, Phil Harris, Director at BLP Insurance, has commented on the sector: “The continued positive trend revealed...

RIBA Architects Report Confidence Faltering Amid Client Brexit Hesitations

An overall steady perspective on future workloads was revealed by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) September Future Trends survey of architect members. A...