SR Timber supports skills with £6,000 materials donation to college

The North Nottinghamshire-based company made the donation to Vision West Nottinghamshire College’s Construction Centre in Kirkby-in-Ashfield, where nearly 200 students will benefit as a result of the batten and panels donation

Trustmark joins forces with Resi to offer homeowners access to reputable...

Resi will now only advocate TrustMark firms to its customers

Get your award nominations in for the Women in Roofing Conference

After a successful 2018 conference, which saw over 100 industry professionals attending, the fifth annual Women in Roofing Conference 2019 is being held at the Vox Conference centre, Resort World, Birmingham on June 24, 2019

WNRTG celebrates its 10-year anniversary

The training group is set to host an event at Ffos Las Racecourse to celebrate all of the apprentices who have achieved qualifications through the organisation, as well as those who have supported the organisation along the way.

Essential e-learning launched to beat construction-related occupational cancers

New course to help construction workforce spot dangers and mitigate risks of developing occupational cancers

Cut VAT on home improvements to boost economy, says FMB

Construction output decreased month-on-month by 1.9% and the repair and maintenance series fell to its lowest level since December 2018

Leadworker of the Year winner announced

Shane White of SW Leadworks has been crowned Leadworker of the Year 2019

The winners of the UK Roofing Awards 2019 are…

Held at the InterContinental London-The O2 on May 10, delegates gathered to celebrate the industry’s very best in a variety of roofing disciplines.

Framework for net zero carbon buildings launched in parliament

The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has delivered a framework for the UK construction and property industry to transition new and existing buildings to becoming net zero carbon by 2050, to meet the ambitions of the Paris Climate Agreement

Government to fund and speed up vital cladding replacement

Around £200 million will be made available to remove and replace unsafe cladding from around 170 privately-owned high-rise buildings