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78-year-old builder dies in scaffold fall
Police and the HSE have launched a joint investigation after a 78-year-old builder died after falling from scaffolding at a retail park in South Gloucestershire.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Urban & Civic adds Aylesbury site for housing
Developer Urban & Civic has bought a 785-acre greenfield site in Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, for a huge housing development.
The Construction Index - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Electrical contractors report rising workloads
Around 85% of engineering services specialists are expecting turnover to increase or stay steady during the first quarter of this year.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 08/03/2018

Carillion investors say they were kept in the dark over company's problems
Carillion’s investors were misled by the company’s accounts and were not told about the true scale of its problems, some of its biggest shareholders said today.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Carillion bosses prioritised pay over company affairs, MPs hear
Directors focused on bonuses rather than what was going on at the business, says Black Rock.
The Guardian - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Work set to begin on controversial Rilshaw Lane housing development
A developer is getting ready to begin work on a controversial 215-home development on the south-eastern edge of Winsford.
Winsford Guardian - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Labour says ministers made false claims about cladding after Grenfell
Party says chair of government fire safety panel had approved cladding similar to that which spread Grenfell fire.
The Guardian - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon A third of owners ‘would prefer a female tradesperson’
A new piece of research by the Federation of Master Builders has shown the opinions of home owners in the UK toward tradespeople.
24 Housing - Posted 08/03/2018

Melbourne to see £200,000 cash injection following housing development
Miller Homes Midlands is investing £274,500 into Melbourne.
Burton Mail - Posted 07/03/2018

Government fire expert signed certificate for Grenfell-style cladding
The government-appointed chair of an independent fire safety panel signed off a cladding product similar to that used on Grenfell Tower as ‘Class 0’, it has been revealed.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Meet our new gas contractors, Robert Heath Heating
From 1 April 2018, the gas servicing, installation and repairs contract for Orbit will be delivered by a new contractor in the Midlands, Robert Heath Heating. They will be taking over from Swale Heating, from whom we have mutually agreed to part company.
Orbit Group Ltd. - Posted 07/03/2018

How can the UK reverse the decline in number of small housebuilders?
Thanks to market dominance by a group of major and bigger players, the UK has seen its small housebuilder demographic fall by 80% in a single generation.
CRL - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Why we must resist the urge to demolish housing estates
Fine-grained infill and refurbishment are in many cases to be preferred to the knock it down and start again approach to housing, writes Colm Lacey.
Architects Journal (register) - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: List of Issues
This list is intended as a guide to the issues on which the Inquiry’s investigations will focus. It is not a prescriptive list and is not to be understood as a pleading or statement of case.
Grenfell Tower Inquiry - Posted 07/03/2018

Youngsters building their own future on Wearside
Young people interested in building their future are being given the opportunity to gain experience.
Sun FM - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Chinese flat-pack housing arrives in UK
The Building Research Establishment has put up a house on its Innovation Park in Watford that was prefabricated in China and sent over in flat-pack kit form in two shipping containers.
The Construction Index - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Associations to boost development, sector survey finds
Housing associations are planning to use extra funding from the government to boost the development of new homes, an exclusive survey of the sector has revealed.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/03/2018

Build UK chair calls for poor payer ‘consequences’
Build UK chairman and Mace deputy chief operating officer Mark Castle has told Construction News there has to be “consequences” for bad payers following the collapse of Carillion.
Construction News (register) - Posted 07/03/2018

Barnet and Southgate College students produce designs to liven up barriers around new housing site
Students will design imagery at a housing development site in a new project.
Times - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Avant secures three new development opportunities worth £80m
Stirling-based housebuilder Avant Homes Scotland has secured three new development opportunities in the past 15 months, which will create up to 180 sales, construction and sub-contractor jobs in the region.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 07/03/2018

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