Category: Property & Construction

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    What does 2021 look like for the property and construction industry?

    There is no denying that 2020 was a challenging year for every business in the UK and across the globe. However, the property and construction industry fared better than most with the UK government relying on it to prop up the economy. Senior account manager Charlotte…

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  • What do the latest social value measures from the government mean for the construction industry?

    The idea of social value has grown tremendously since the introduction of the Public Services (Social Value) Act (2012), which brought in the requirement for public buyers to consider how they could secure social, economic and environmental benefits as part of their procurements.   However, it’s recent years…

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  • Planning reform – a system unfit for purpose

    The English planning system is ‘no longer fit for human habitation’ according to the recently released government white paper Planning for the Future which lays out plans for the most radical reforms since WW2, aimed at removing red tape and making it easier to bring forwards development projects across…

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  • How can contractors work safely on site?

    Construction sites are now getting back up to speed, but especially for sub-contractors and independent builders working on domestic projects, it means a very different way of working. Our building products specialist Rose Hayes spoke to Adrian Buttress, the managing director of leading EPDM rubber roofing distributor…

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