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Flex-R Appoints New Business Development Manager

FLEX-R has welcomed Emma Butterworth-Day to its growing team as Business Development Manager. Emma has will oversee the southern half of the UK with a...

Industry Professional Sets Sights High for Mental Health Awareness

AN INTREPID member of the SIG Design and Technology team is limbering up to climb one of the world’s highest mountains for charity. National specification...

Distinguished Olympians to Row for Mates in Mind in Regatta London

CONSTRUCTION MENTAL health charity, Mates in Mind, announced that two teams of retired Olympic rowers will be joining them for the inaugural Regatta London,...

Mates in Mind Gains New Industry Partner

THE SCAFFOLDING Association pledged its support to Mates in Mind ahead of International Suicide Prevention Day on 10 September 2019. The association joins 270 other...

Construction Charity Reports 40% Rise in Families Needing Financial Assistance

THE LIGHTHOUSE Construction Industry Charity Club has published its third annual impact report. The report communicates to the industry, supporters and stakeholders, the impact...

UK Construction Output Declines in Q2

UK CONSTRUCTION output decreased by 1.3% in Quarter 2 (Apr to June) 2019, compared with the previous quarter, largely reversing the increase of 1.4%...

NFB Calls for Reverse Charge VAT Delay

THE NATIONAL Federation of Builders (NFB) has written to Sajid Javid MP, the chancellor of the Exchequer, asking for the 1 October 2019 introduction...

Register Launched to Protect Workers Exposed to Silica Dust

UNITE the union has today (5 August 2019) launched an online register that allows workers who are, and have been, exposed to silica dust...

VAT Tax Change Will Exacerbate Construction Downturn, Says FMB

THE FEDERATION of Master Builder (FMB) is calling for a delay to the implementation of Reverse Charge VAT in response to the PMI data...

UK Construction Output Declines Again in July

UK CONSTRUCTION sector output declined for the third month running in July, reflecting lower volumes of work across all three broad categories of activity,...