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Flooding in King’s Lynn gardens still an issue a decade on
A flooding problem that householders were told would be fixed is still an issue more than ten years on, a North Lynn resident has said.
Lynn News - Posted 07/01/2018

Tonge Moor family left waiting days for replacement toilet from housing association
A family of seven say a housing association has left them without adequate sanitation after a cistern came loose from the wall and smashed their toilet.
The Bolton News - Posted 06/01/2018

What do the markets reveal about builders' prospects?
Listed housebuilders had a strong 2017, with their share prices up 43 per cent on average – higher than builders’ merchants (39 per cent) and building materials companies (31 per cent).
Construction News (register) - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Lakesmere trade creditors hit for £26m
Unsecured trade creditors of Lakesmere and its subsidiary McMullen Facades have been hit for £26m following the collapse of the firms.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 05/01/2018

Judge finds plumber guilty of causing gas explosion at Perthshire bungalow
A plumber has been found guilty of causing a gas explosion which blew up a pensioners’ bungalow and trapped its occupants beneath the rubble.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Necessity is the mother of construction for councils
A study of council housebuilding is full of surprises, says Janice Morphet – not least that more and more councils are building again.
The Planner - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon £3m property investment loan for new mixed-use Edinburgh project
AMA Homes is to deliver a residential and commercial development in Edinburgh after securing a £3 million property investment loan.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Construction payment charter is ‘dismal failure’
Just 35 firms have signed up to the Government’s payment charter nearly four years after it was launched to great fanfare as the solution to payment abuse in the supply chain.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 05/01/2018

JCB boss Bamford bullish about UK economy
JCB Chairman Lord Bamford is confident about prospects for the UK economy as the digger giant continued a recruiting drive and boosted spending with suppliers.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon L&G expecting first factory homes by June
Legal & General (L&G) expects to install its first factory-built modular homes on site in the second quarter of 2018.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Housing company Bovis Homes fined by courts for failing to protect trees at Filton development
Bovis Homes was hit with a four-figure fine following a hearing in Bristol.
Bristol Post - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Office-to-resi is fuelling a regional hotspot
With average commercial rent 70 per cent cheaper than in the capital, Manchester is still one of the most popular office locations for businesses outside of London.
Construction News (register) - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Questions over KPMG role in Grenfell Tower probe
The Grenfell Tower inquiry has hired KPMG as its adviser despite the accountancy firm earning millions of pounds auditing three of the main players being investigated over the tragic blaze and its aftermath.
London Evening Standard - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Vantage nails major repairs assessment work
Sector solutions specialist to work with Genesis and POBL on service transformation.
24 Housing - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Cladding work ‘putting pressure on supply chain’, says NHF
Urgent work to remove potentially dangerous cladding from tower blocks is putting pressure on the building industry’s capacity, the National Housing Federation (NHF) has said.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon £155m Galliford Try job kick-starts Old Oak Common regen
Genesis Housing Association and Queens Park Rangers FC have picked Galliford Try Partnerships to deliver a £155m housing scheme in North West London.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 04/01/2018

Colmore Tang launches new fit out division
Birmingham based Contractor Colmore Tang Construction has launched a new fit out and interiors division.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 04/01/2018

Skills shortage fears loom over Hinkley Point
Fears are growing among Hinkley Point contractors about their ability to recruit enough workers on the job.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 04/01/2018

R G Group set for 22-storey Leeds student tower
Kent-based R G Group is understood to be in line for a major high-rise student accommodation scheme in Leeds.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Amey hires ex-Balfour boss as non-exec chairman
Amey has appointed former Balfour Beatty chief executive Ian Tyler as the new non-executive chairman of its board.
Construction News (register) - Posted 04/01/2018

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