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27/11/14 - Fair Payment Is A Still Major Issue In The Construction Industry - FMB

Fair payment is still a major issue in the construction industry, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).  more info

27/11/14 - Crossrail Stations To Be 'Step Free'

£14 million from the Government is to be invested to make all of the stations on the Crossrail scheme 'step free'.  more info

24/10/14 - NSCC Payment Survey

Following the publication of the Construction Supply Chain Payment Charter earlier this year, NSCC has launched a major payment survey to benchmark the current state of payment practices in the specialist sector.  more info

24/10/14 - Site Welfare

Welfare on site – what you need to know as a busy fencer. Provisions for site welfare are important:  ignoring the welfare of your employees can have serious consequences, not least miserable staff, at worst significant fines can be levied.  more info

24/10/14 - Congratulations to our EFIA members!

Well done to the following EFIA Members who have taken advantage of our free CHAS assessment service, all of whom passed with flying colours:  more info

24/10/14 - CSCS News

From 1st July this year CSCS stopped issuing CSO green cards.  There is a new green CSCS card only available for people working in labouring occupations.  more info

24/10/14 - Construction Contracts At Highest Level Since January

he number of construction contracts awarded in September reached a total value of £5.6 billion – its highest figure since January.  more info

24/10/14 - Construction Firm Fined After Barrier Falls On Top Of Pram

A construction firm has been fined £4,000 after a barrier was blown on top of a pram injuring an 18-week-old baby.  more info

24/09/14 - Labour to tackle NIMBYs as 'mythbuster' launched on garden cities

The shadow communities secretary has said the public could do more to increase the development of homes in their area, as the Town and Country Planning Association launched its “mythbuster” on UK garden cities.  more info

24/09/14 - Network Rail should 'put pressure' on contractors with poor safety records

Network Rail should take work away from contractors who do not improve their health and safety performance, according to the Office of Rail Regulation.  more info

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