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Recognition for Kent company in first European diversity leaders list

Construction and service provider Willmott Dixon has been placed third in a list of 700 European companies for successfully supporting diversity in its bus...
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Scottish Government consultation places more emphasis on protecting retention funds

An industry-wide consultation on the use of cash retentions in construction - and in FM by association - in Scotland has been launched following an extensi...
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Minimum wage emerges as election issue

Pay rates have been raised as part of the Labour Party's election campaign, with concerns over the economy and the environment also discussed as the UK pre...
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Conceptual hydrogen design signals significant step in zero emissions journey

Government plans for a new hydrogen pipeline have been revealed, with consultant WSP leading on its conceptual design, with the potential to create a net z...
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Court case over fire safety failings brought by Camden Council

High Court legal action has been launched by Camden Council with the aim of recovering costs following the evacuation of residents from the Chalcots Estate...
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Joint effort sees report on damp in traditional buildings prepared

New methodology for best practice in investigating and dealing with damp and excessive moisture in traditional facilities has been announced....
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Welsh infrastructure 2020 aims published

Following its formation last year, the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales (NICW) has published its first annual report, outlining its focal areas...
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Further concern over increase in carbon emissions

Figures released by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) show that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas concentrations increased in 2018....
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Court action against MoJ after "unfair" contract award

According to The Times, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is being sued by Mitie, following claims that it lost out on a contract to clean and repair courts an...
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Building consultancy expands through acquisition

Leyburn-based Yorkshire Dales Building Consultancy has been acquired by C80 Group for an undisclosed sum as part of the company's expansion plans....
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Ban on combustible materials needs to be extended following Bolton fire, says industry body

Following the fire at the Bolton student accommodation block, the Fire Protection Association (FPA) has called for the ban on combustible cladding to be ex...
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Industry bodies launch net zero commitment

Organisations and companies have launched the Pledge to Net Zero, claimed to be the first joint UK commitment applying science-based targets to reduce gree...

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Recognition for Kent company in first European diversity leaders list

Construction and service provider Willmott Dixon has been placed third in a list of 700 European companies for successfully supporting diversity in its business.

Read More...

Scottish Government consultation places more emphasis on protecting retention funds

An industry-wide consultation on the use of cash retentions in construction - and in FM by association - in Scotland has been launched following an extensive campaign from the Specialist Engineering Contractors' (SEC) Group.

Read More...

Minimum wage emerges as election issue

Pay rates have been raised as part of the Labour Party's election campaign, with concerns over the economy and the environment also discussed as the UK prepares to vote for its next government on 12 December.

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Conceptual hydrogen design signals significant step in zero emissions journey

Government plans for a new hydrogen pipeline have been revealed, with consultant WSP leading on its conceptual design, with the potential to create a net zero industrial cluster in North West England and North East Wales.

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Court case over fire safety failings brought by Camden Council

High Court legal action has been launched by Camden Council with the aim of recovering costs following the evacuation of residents from the Chalcots Estate tower blocks in 2017.

Read More...

Joint effort sees report on damp in traditional buildings prepared

New methodology for best practice in investigating and dealing with damp and excessive moisture in traditional facilities has been announced.

Read More...

Welsh infrastructure 2020 aims published

Following its formation last year, the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales (NICW) has published its first annual report, outlining its focal areas for 2020.

Read More...

Further concern over increase in carbon emissions

Figures released by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) show that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas concentrations increased in 2018.

Read More...

Court action against MoJ after "unfair" contract award

According to The Times, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is being sued by Mitie, following claims that it lost out on a contract to clean and repair courts and tribunal facilities.

Read More...

Building consultancy expands through acquisition

Leyburn-based Yorkshire Dales Building Consultancy has been acquired by C80 Group for an undisclosed sum as part of the company's expansion plans.

Read More...

Ban on combustible materials needs to be extended following Bolton fire, says industry body

Following the fire at the Bolton student accommodation block, the Fire Protection Association (FPA) has called for the ban on combustible cladding to be extended.

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Industry bodies launch net zero commitment

Organisations and companies have launched the Pledge to Net Zero, claimed to be the first joint UK commitment applying science-based targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Partnership confirmed to improve workplace chemical management

Confirmation of the joint working arrangement between the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) and technology provider Sevron has been announced today.

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No prosecutions for 2012 Edinburgh legionella outbreak

There will be no prosecutions of any companies for the 2012 Legionnaire's Disease outbreak in Edinburgh, after the Crown Prosecution Service ended the latest planned proceedings.

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Urgent action called for from government to meet 2050 zero carbon

In order to meet its aims of achieving net zero-carbon by 2050, the UK government needs to act immediately, says a new report.

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