The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust has backed Building’s Rebuilding Trust campaign, which calls on the industry to support a code banning anti-competitive practices.

The trust was set up after Stephen Lawrence, who wanted to be an architect, was murdered in 1993. It now works with the government, schools, companies and individuals to create healthier urban communities.

Other backers of the campaign, which is a response to the Office of Fair Trading’s inquiry into bid rigging, include Gleeds, Davis Langdon, the Construction Confederation, the Federation of Master Builders and the Construction Products Association.

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