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Wednesday16 April 2014

Leader

Sarah Richardson

Still waiting for fair payment times

11 Apr 14

Success of the Construction Leadership Council’s fair payment initiative depends on government and the industry backing enforcement measures

Joey Gardiner

Power games in the energy market

4 Apr 14

Can contractors working in the energy infrastructure sector survive the fallout from Ofgem’s competition review?

Sarah Richardson

It’s no full house, George

21 Mar 14

In a mixed Budget for the construction sector, the chancellor left some conspicuous gaps

Sarah Richardson

A new world after the flood

6 Mar 14

Greg Barker presented was optimistic about the UK’s progress on carbon reduction at Ecobuild this week, but the pace of change needs to accelerate

Sarah Richardson

It’s not over yet

21 Feb 14

Paul Sheffield may be leaving Kier in good shape but the contracting sector as a whole is not entirely out of the woods

Sarah Richardson

Politicians need to take green drive up a gear

17 Jan 14

How much will the EU’s new targets for reducing carbon emissions fuel energy efficiency work in the near term?

Joey Gardiner

This is one tax change we should welcome

28 Mar 14

In amending its false self-employment rules HMRC is giving employers a chance to change the construction industry’s image

Sarah Richardson

Safety first

14 Mar 14

A series of serious accidents in the past week has highlighted the need to maintain focus on site safety

Sarah Richardson

Hidden challenges

28 Feb 14

Overheating is just one of the previously unreported design issues we face - the government must invest in sustainability to avert a national crisis

Sarah Richardson

Doing the robot

24 Jan 14

For an industry still, largely, employing the same methods of construction as it did five decades ago, advances in technology represent an opportunity to explore more efficient ways of working

Sarah Richardson

Agenda 15: Time to build our future

10 Jan 14

Building’s new initiative, aimed at influencing the main political parties’ policies for the sector, kicks off with one of the biggest industry consultations ever undertaken.

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