Monday26 June 2017

Election 2017

Election indepth

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Election 2017: What’s what?

14 Jun 17

After last week’s shock election result, what does this hung parliament mean for some of the biggest issues facing construction?


‘Projects won’t be delivered’

22 Jun 17

With the industry dependent on EU workers, major restrictions on immigration as part of a ‘hard Brexit’ could be disastrous


How did construction’s candidates perform in the election?

15 Jun 17

Building spoke to three construction professionals who were standing in the general election, here is how they got on…


How did construction vote in the election?

15 Jun 17

After the shock election result last week, we asked Building readers to tell us how they actually voted in an online poll


Eugenie Bliah

How Brexit got personal

23 Jun 17

The focus of Brexit so far has been the possible impact on construction’s growing skills shortage. But how is the UK’s vote to leave affecting the EU nationals themselves and what can employers do to ensure that they stay?

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Brexit: And so it begins

23 Jun 17 | By Sarah Richardson

A year after the UK decided to leave the EU, the Brexit negotiations have finally started

Andrew Stunell

Listening mode

23 Jun 17 | By Andrew Stunell

For construction to have a chance of getting the best out of Brexit, it needs to convince the government to listen to it


Grenfell Tower: A fatal failure

22 Jun 17 | By Sarah Richardson

The onus is on all of us to ensure a tragedy like the deadly blaze at Grenfell Tower never happens again


Election reaction: Now what?

16 Jun 17 | By Sarah Richardson

Given that construction typically recoils at the prospect of uncertainty, where does last week’s election result leave the sector?


Will energy efficiency fare any better under this government?

12 Jun 17 | By Neil Cutland

Many will be concerned by Michael Gove becoming environment secretary but Greg Clark’s reappointment at BEIS is to be welcomed

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