Day: August 24, 2015

Jumpstart aims to tell UK construction industry about the benefits of R&D tax credits
Business, Law & Money

Jumpstart aims to tell UK construction industry about the benefits of R&D tax credits

Jumpstart, the UK’s leading facilitator of research and development (R&D) tax credits for businesses, is set to launch a marketing campaign to tell the UK’s …

Facilities Management

Construction Company fined for insecure site

A construction company has been fined for safety failings which led to a two-year-old boy wandering onto a building site. 360 Property Limited were the …

Developers

Willmott Dixon secures £10m landmark UTC South Durham

Willmott Dixon will shortly start work on a University Technical College (UTC) in Durham that will provide students with access to the best engineering minds …

Business, Law & Money

CPA Forecasts Strong Growth for Construction Despite Public Housing Slowdown and Skilled Labour Shortage

Construction output is forecast to increase 13.2% by 2017 and private house building is expected to be a key driver of this growth, according to …

Business, Law & Money

Work Hard, Play Hard At UK Construction Week

Offering a complete business and networking package, UK Construction Week is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a casino night in partnership with …

Business, Law & Money

BSRIA concerned with lack of apprentices in the industry

BSRIA is concerned by a report that says ‘Britain is not training enough bricklayers’. Construction apprenticeships are down 60 per cent since 2009 despite employer …

Civil Engineering

ILC-UK Calls For Extra Care Housing Focus To Reduce Loneliness And Social Isolation In Older People

A new report from the International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) has found that residential housing with flexible care provision (extra care) can have a major impact …