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Sixty Icon Government 'risks second Grenfell with inaction on cladding in private sector'
The Government has previously said private landlords have a ‘moral duty’ to pay for the cost of removing and replacing the cladding.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Wanted: Home-Grown Millennials to Build U.K. After Brexit
The U.K. construction industry better hope that young Brits suddenly get a taste for the building trade.
Bloomberg Quint - Posted 07/03/2018

Private builder posts reduced £61m loss
Britain’s biggest private contractor has posted a loss of £60.6m for the year to 31 March 2017, an improvement on the £219.9m loss from the previous year.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/03/2018

MPs call on government to take responsibility for leaseholder cladding costs
A cross-party group of MPs has called on the government to intervene in tower blocks where leaseholders face huge bills to remove dangerous cladding.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Nottingham council to favour small firms for contracts
Nottingham City Council is vowing to award more work to smaller contractors in the wake of Carillion’s collapse.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Melville to deliver £2.7m worth of home upgrades over coming year
More than 250 Melville Housing Association households are to receive new kitchens over the next 12 months as part of a major £2.7 million investment programme, one of the largest upgrades to tenants’ homes in recent years.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Why we turned to robots to help insulate homes
Staff at Your Homes Newcastle realised a robot was the perfect solution to insulating properties with suspended timber floors. Jason Wylie explains more.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Sanctuary Housing blasted after elderly tenants left without central heating and hot water
Residents in sheltered accommodation still don't have proper heating after several days.
Chester Chronicle - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Regeneration developer secures £200m credit facility
A house builder that specialises in regeneration joint ventures with housing associations and councils has secured a £200m loan facility from a cluster of banks.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon New director of development steps up housebuilding plans with leading Midland housing provider
One of the Midlands’ largest housing providers has appointed a new development director to lead its expanding housebuilding programme.
24 Housing - Posted 06/03/2018

Ibstock builds on UK housing shortage
Britain's housing shortage and high demand for clay bricks helped Ibstock record a 12% rise in full year adjusted pre-tax profits to £88.3m.
LSE - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon ISG poaches Mace rising star as UK engineering services MD
ISG has lured Mace construction director Lee Hutchinson to join its fast-growing Engineering Services business in the newly created role of UK managing director.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Improving energy efficiency backed as solution to UK's energy security
Energy efficiency schemes will become increasingly important to ensuring the UK's energy security, an expert in commercial contracts in the energy sector has said. - Posted 06/03/2018

Work starts to transform 'eyesore' former mill site into housing
The demolished Oak Mill site in Skipton Road, Colne, has been derelict for several years.
Lancashire Telegraph - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Administrators send home 200 Lagan construction staff
Administrators have sent home most of the 200 strong workforce at four companies they are now running at the Lagan Construction Group.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Carillion redundancies edge towards 1,500
A further 87 Carillion staff have been laid off taking the total number of redundancies following its collapse to almost 1,460.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 06/03/2018

J S Wright lands mechanical package on £100m resi scheme
Mechanical and electrical building services specialist J S Wright has secured a £6.5m contract on a new flagship housing scheme in East London.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 06/03/2018

London housebuilders hit back at accusations of land banking
London housebuilders on Monday hit back at claims they are landbanking amid new planning proposals, and attacked the Prime Minister’s focus on bonuses in the wake of the furore over pay at Persimmon.
London Evening Standard - Posted 06/03/2018

Training centre launched for gas engineers
A new training centre that is set to help hundreds of gas engineers from across the country secure essential qualifications and apprenticeships has been launched.
24 Housing - Posted 06/03/2018

More Carillion workers set to lose their jobs
Almost half of Carillion’s workers have now found ongoing employment, but 1,458 jobs have been lost.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 05/03/2018

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