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August 6, 2020

Falsifying tax returns lands construction boss with ban

August 6, 2020

Government launch ‘Planning for the future’ consultation to reform the planning system

August 5, 2020

Transport for London release briefing toolkit for the construction sector

August 5, 2020

Government to invest £1.3 billion to deliver 45,000 homes, upgrade infrastructure and skills

August 4, 2020

‘Bounce-Back Begins’ says Builders’ Conference

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Falsifying tax returns lands construction boss with ban

A construction boss from Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, has been banned from running companies for nine years after he caused company to submit false tax returns. Hardip Singh Khaira’s nine-year disqualification comes into effect on 6 August, after which the 43-year-old is banned from acting as a director or directly or

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Quality, integrity and sustainability in the scaffolding sector

In this Opinion piece, Priscila Escobar, Mechanical Design Engineer at HAKI, discusses the important considerations to be taken when sourcing scaffolding products. Globalisation is allowing organisations around the world to be in dialogue with each other on an hourly basis. Although it is enabling businesses to keep connected from afar, on the flip-side it is

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Scaffolding Association CEO discusses navigating the way through Covid-19

In this Comment piece, Robert Candy, CEO of the Scaffolding Association, talks about the uncertain journey that our sector must now travel. Having provided unprecedented financial support to businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government is now releasing the country from lockdown in its bid to stimulate the economy and achieve some sort of normality.

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NFB calls for major reform of CITB and no delay to consensus

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) has called for major reforms to the CITB in order to support skills in the sector. The decision follows concerns raised by the NFB’s Major Contractors Group in May and underling concerns raised by the NFB’s Regional Executive Boards last year. The NFB’s Board recorded its explicit recognition of

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Quality, integrity and sustainability in the scaffolding sector

In this Opinion piece, Priscila Escobar, Mechanical Design Engineer at HAKI, discusses the important considerations to be taken when sourcing scaffolding products. Globalisation is allowing organisations around the world to be in dialogue with each other on an hourly basis. Although it is enabling businesses to keep connected from afar, on the flip-side it is

Read More »

Scaffolding Association CEO discusses navigating the way through Covid-19

In this Comment piece, Robert Candy, CEO of the Scaffolding Association, talks about the uncertain journey that our sector must now travel. Having provided unprecedented financial support to businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government is now releasing the country from lockdown in its bid to stimulate the economy and achieve some sort of normality.

Read More »

NFB calls for major reform of CITB and no delay to consensus

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) has called for major reforms to the CITB in order to support skills in the sector. The decision follows concerns raised by the NFB’s Major Contractors Group in May and underling concerns raised by the NFB’s Regional Executive Boards last year. The NFB’s Board recorded its explicit recognition of

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