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Housing Secretary outlines plans to reduce multi-storey building threshold to 11...

Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, has announced new measures which go faster and further to improve building safety.

Headline sponsor announced for LRWA charity dragon boat regatta

Proteus Waterproofing will be the main supporter of the event, which is taking part on May 14, 2020, and will help raise money for mental health charity, Mates in Mind.

New requirements for insulation guarantees under ECO3

To help clarify the issue of changing insulation guarantees, Neil Marshall of Neil Marshall Consultancy Services, explains what has changed, what is changing and how installation companies will be affected.

Bl†kl„der launches new website

Workwear manufacturer updates web presence to offer customers a better browsing experience

Josh Lamprell joins SPRA’s leadership team

The managing director of Invictus Roofing has been voted onto the SPRA Council as a contractor member representative.

SIG Roofing and NFRC develop a knowledge partnership

Hosted by the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC), the UK Roofing Awards recognise and reward outstanding workmanship and technical excellence across the roofing...

Vivalda Group sees its sales rise by 9% in 2019

The rise from £33.73 million to £36.77 million during 2019 is in despite of the continued gloom surrounding the UK construction sector that saw more than 22 contractors go out of business last year.

Carillion collapse two years on and lessons not learned

Unite, the UK and Ireland’s largest union, has warned that the government has failed to learn the lessons from the collapse of Carillion and that workers still face losing their jobs without warning and through no fault of their own.

BMF Members’ Conference themes and new sponsor announced

Sustaining Excellence has been announced as the overall theme of the 2020 BMF Members’ Conference in September, with the environment and sustainability named as key topics within the business conference sessions.

Are your construction tools affecting your hearing?

If you work in construction, the sector has the second highest rate of people developing occupational deafness