The skills shortage is already crippling construction yet the government seems comatose in the face of the impact a no-deal Brexit will have on recruitment
Tenants trying to use Brexit as an excuse to break lease agreements is worrying for landlords
None of this self-serving political melodrama is going to help us build things
The prime minister’s handling of Brexit bears uncanny parallels to poor management of construction projects – so what can we all learn from this?
Clients holding back on awarding work, due to uncertainty around the UK’s exit from the EU
Shortages in Canada and New Zealand to test UK staff’s resolve
With all eyes on Brexit, government has neglected to back up its push for offsite with a solid pipeline of investment, says Stephen Beechey
Entering a building contract while Brexit is pending demands close attention to fluctuation provisions
With the EU exit deadline approaching fast, Mark Reynolds and the CITB this week released a plan to make sure we can keep calm and carry on
The end of EU free movement and a no-deal Brexit will inevitably hit construction companies’ recruitment and workforce planning, explains immigration solicitor Anne Morris
There are far more important things for construction to worry about than Brexit – yes, it’s a Bad Thing, but will anyone really notice in the long run?