Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Construction sites to operate despite new restrictions

Construction sites to operate despite new restrictions

Construction sites will be operating despite the new restrictions on daily life revealed by Boris Johnson on Monday. But on the other side there...
Recently expired training cards to be accepted in sites: CITB

Recently expired training cards to be accepted in sites: CITB

Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) said that the cards which are recently expired can be accepted on sites as per the government advice. This...
Morgan Sindall wins £29m school contract at Milton Keynes

Morgan Sindall wins £29m school contract at Milton Keynes

The building contractor Morgan Sindall has won a new £29m ‘all-through’ school in Wavendon, Milton Keynes. The statement was supported after the Northern Home...
Birmingham private rental scheme worth £93m is set to go ahead

Birmingham private rental scheme worth £93m is set to go ahead

The New Garden Square regeneration in Edgbaston with 392 flats got approval as the specialist residential developer Court approves for planning the project. This...
Ibstock reveals the plan to build a new brick factory

Ibstock reveals the plan to build a new brick factory

Ibstock is all set to start building a new brick factory in Walsall worth £45m. Construction is likely to start this year, this new...
Plans unveiled for Newcastle office scheme

Plans unveiled for Newcastle office scheme

Plans are disclosed for building the new office on Newcastle’s East Quayside. The office project design is designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group who...

200 staff were made redundant as glazing contractor crashes

200 staff were told that they were made redundant by letter on Monday by administrators FRP. One of the employes has stated that: “We...
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Mount Anvil London scheme got approval from London borough

Mount Anvil London scheme of 1000 new homes got approval from London Borough hence this approval leads to the demolition of a 225-home housing...

Dacorum Borough Council fined £100k for HAVS exposure

Dacorum Borough Council has been fined £100k for exposing 7 ground maintenance men to the risk of hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS), caused by the...

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