Budget 2021: Tax Increases Must be Carefully Measured

Any tax increases the Government might be planning to recoup some of the money spent dealing with the pandemic must be carefully measured

Creative Ideas for Mitigating Unpredictable Costs

It will come as no surprise to anyone in the construction industry that we have a real issue with unpredictable costs

Construction Output Slows for Another Month

Construction Output in the UK has fallen once again for another consecutive month falling to 0.2% in August 2021

Materials and Labour Shortages Threaten Recovery

Subcontractors throughout the UK are struggling to take advantage of the economy reopening due to supply chain issues,

Jobs Supported by £650bn Investment

In an ambitious National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline the Government has set out how £650bn of private and public investment

Construction Businesses Invited to Summit

Firms, public/private sector bodies that are involved in the construction industry in the North East have been invited to an emergency summit

Construction Output Falls in July

Construction Output has fallen for a fourth consecutive month in July 2021 falling by 1.6% in volume terms

Architects Invited to Shape Future

Architects throughout out the UK are being given the opportunity to shape the future of their profession to help with modernisation

House Prices Rise in July

House prices rose once again in July; however, there was slower annual growth, which points to a cooling market.

Construction Output Falls for Third Month

Construction output fell for the third consecutive month in June 2021. The fall of 1.3% is due to a decline in repair and maintenance