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To create value in the system, we must fix the Apprenticeship Levy now


Verity Davidge, Head of Education and Skills Policy at EEF, talks about the problems and solutions presented by the Apprenticeship Levy.

Wylfa Newydd gets go ahead for nuclear plant


Wylfa Newydd, the planned new nuclear power plant on Anglesey, has been approved by the UK government to progress.

World’s first liquid air energy storage plant


Bury, Greater Manchester is the site of the world’s first grid-scale liquid air energy storage (LAES) plant.

T levels – Building a better future for the construction sector


We are in the middle of a revolution for technical education which could help to address the skills gap.

House price growth slows


The latest Halifax House Price Index has been released.

Kier JV will see thousands of homes built


Kier Residential has announced it has established a joint venture with Homes England and Cross Keys Homes,

NAO publish investigation into Carillion collapse


The report investigates government actions in the collapse of the construction giant.

Countryside being lost to housing


CPRE analysis of government data shows that greenfield land is under threat from new housing builds.

New Town powers for councils


Councils have been given new powers which will help them deliver homes their communities need.

Heathrow sees third runway take off


The growth of Britain’s busiest airport will deliver greater economic growth to Britain, more jobs and better connections.