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Westminster debate confirmed for cash retentions

SNP MP for Kilmarnock and Loudoun Alan Brown has secured debate to discuss the use of cash retentions within the construction industry....
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First study conducted on university student accommodation occupancy

Rates of occupancy in university-owned purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) have been studied following a joint effort by two organisations....
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No visas for low-skilled workers under current government post-Brexit plan

Calls for the UK government to rethink its immigration proposals are growing, following the announcement of its immigration policy set to take effect in Ja...
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Vegetarian eating policy assists property company's sustainability aims

Property developer Igloo Regeneration has agreed a vegetarian eating policy with its staff, with the intention of reducing its environmental impact....
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Mental health facility closed during legionella investigation

Prompt action was taken when three members of staff at Gatton Place mental health clinic in Redhill, Surrey, were diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease on 5...
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Industry body launches cavity wall training course

Long-running issues around cavity wall construction has resulted in the Property Care Association (PCA) launching its one-day workshop programme to address...
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Technical issues delay CSCS card applications for employers

Online applications for Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) cards are continuing to take longer than expected, but waiting times are reducing, ...
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Health inspectors close down facilities following discovery of legionella

Hotel facilities on the Isle of Wight have been shut down on the order of environmental health officers and the local council has confirmed this was due to...
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Prison service made 'common mistakes' in its first outsourcing efforts

Details of the report on the outsourcing of services by Her Majesty's Prison & Probation Service (HMPPS) have been released by the National Audit Offic...
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Management buyout at Arcus FM includes independence from Sainsburys

Strategic investment has been secured to fund the management buyout of Arcus FM as the company seeks to further extend its £150m turnover business....
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Joint industry effort for smart commercial building analysis

Development has begun on the IoT-enabled Real-time Energy Analytics Platform (i-REAP) by the University of West England (UEW Bristol) with funding provided...
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Suspended prison sentence follows failure to implement safe working practices for asbestos removal

Lincolnshire Magistrates' Court has issued a suspended prison sentence for a demolition services provider that failed to implement plans for the safe remov...

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Westminster debate confirmed for cash retentions

SNP MP for Kilmarnock and Loudoun Alan Brown has secured debate to discuss the use of cash retentions within the construction industry.

Read More...

First study conducted on university student accommodation occupancy

Rates of occupancy in university-owned purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) have been studied following a joint effort by two organisations.

Read More...

No visas for low-skilled workers under current government post-Brexit plan

Calls for the UK government to rethink its immigration proposals are growing, following the announcement of its immigration policy set to take effect in January 2021.

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Vegetarian eating policy assists property company's sustainability aims

Property developer Igloo Regeneration has agreed a vegetarian eating policy with its staff, with the intention of reducing its environmental impact.

Read More...

Mental health facility closed during legionella investigation

Prompt action was taken when three members of staff at Gatton Place mental health clinic in Redhill, Surrey, were diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease on 5 February.

Read More...

Industry body launches cavity wall training course

Long-running issues around cavity wall construction has resulted in the Property Care Association (PCA) launching its one-day workshop programme to address these.

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Technical issues delay CSCS card applications for employers

Online applications for Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) cards are continuing to take longer than expected, but waiting times are reducing, according to the scheme's leaders.

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Health inspectors close down facilities following discovery of legionella

Hotel facilities on the Isle of Wight have been shut down on the order of environmental health officers and the local council has confirmed this was due to the discovery of legionella bacteria.

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Prison service made 'common mistakes' in its first outsourcing efforts

Details of the report on the outsourcing of services by Her Majesty's Prison & Probation Service (HMPPS) have been released by the National Audit Office (NAO).

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Management buyout at Arcus FM includes independence from Sainsburys

Strategic investment has been secured to fund the management buyout of Arcus FM as the company seeks to further extend its £150m turnover business.

Read More...

Joint industry effort for smart commercial building analysis

Development has begun on the IoT-enabled Real-time Energy Analytics Platform (i-REAP) by the University of West England (UEW Bristol) with funding provided by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

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Suspended prison sentence follows failure to implement safe working practices for asbestos removal

Lincolnshire Magistrates' Court has issued a suspended prison sentence for a demolition services provider that failed to implement plans for the safe removal of asbestos prior to removing a farm building in Lincolnshire.

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BSC study shows exposure levels to poor air quality

Data from an app launched by the British Safety Council (BSC) is being used to monitor workers' exposure to poor air quality in central London.

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Strategy for net zero carbon emissions in 2020 announced

Construction company Mace has announced that this year will see it become net zero carbon emissions compliant.

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Security division joins specialist service provider

Confirmation of the acquisition of the Lynx Security division from Incentive FM Group has been received today from Bidvest Noonan for an undisclosed sum.

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