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Misinformation and mistakes continue to hinder productivity of UK construction firms

New research suggests that nine in ten firms still rely on paper on-site, exacerbating preventable productivity drains

Construction growth slows, says FMB

The latest State of Trade Survey figures are said to match the highest that they have noted since records began a decade ago

Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity publishes third annual Impact Report

The report communicates the impact that the charity is making and how it is helping to make a difference to the lives of our construction workforce and their families

Boost for families wishing to build their own home

A review to make it easier for people to build their own home has been announced by Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick today. Building or designing...

Challenges and opportunities of Brexit for the construction industry

It was with much anticipation that the construction industry waited to find out exactly what was included in the new planning laws of July...

Government proposes increase to small claims bar

The government is shielding dangerous employers from paying injury compensation, according to Unite

Solving the skills crisis is top of my agenda, says new...

Arthur McArdle was elected as national president at the FMB national AGM

New Construction Minister must make licensing his mission, says FMB

Brian Berry, chief executive of the Federation of Master Builders, believes that we need to purge the sector of rogue firms and unprofessional outfits once and for all.

Local makeover

An injection of colour is set to provide the starting point for a major village regeneration scheme in North Wales, aimed at attracting investment opportunities to the local area. Building Products reports.

BoKlok UK & VIVID create new modular housing joint venture

BoKlok UK, the sustainable, quality low-cost home provider, jointly owned by Skanska and IKEA, and leading affordable housing provider, VIVID, have announced a new...