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18 October 2017 - For most construction firms it will be difficult to escape the impact subdued economic growth, rising inflation and falling real wages will have on the industry over the next two years.
18 October 2017 - The apprentice suffered injuries including a laceration to this thumb while two of his fingers were completely severed.
18 October 2017 - Leaders of the UK's major construction trade bodies have said that confirmation that the CITB levy will continue must act as the green light for reforms demanded by industry.
05 October 2017 - BWF is making a final call for evidence for its response to the independent review of the Building Regulations, led by Dame Judith Hackitt.
05 October 2017 - BWF can confirm that its members agreed to the proposal for the continuation of the CITB Levy as set out in the consensus question.
07 September 2017 - HSE have reported that a construction company has been sentenced for safety breaches after a sub-contracted joiner suffered life-changing injuries.
23 August 2017 - Growth prospects for the construction industry in 2018 have been downgraded as the UK prepares to leave the EU, according to the latest forecasts by the CPA.
23 August 2017 - Fair Payment in construction has been a perennial issue and coming out of the summer is often a time that credit can start to build.
23 August 2017 - The Supreme Court ruled last month that Employment tribunal fees regime is unlawful under both UK and EU law because it prevents access to justice.