Clock Ticking on EU Settlement Scheme Applications

The end of the grace period for EEA citizens to secure their longer-term residency rights by making an application via the settlement scheme

Connecting with Prospects When Remote Working

Whilst some of the lockdown restrictions have already been lifted, it may still take a while for normality to be fully restored

Hampshire & DEF Software Launch Portal

Hampshire County Council, in collaboration with DEF Software, has gone live with a first of its type portal for developers.

Additional Years Secure for Jacobs on Contract

Jacobs is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the role of sole provider for Highways England’s HRE term contract.

Tradespeople Believe They Will Need to Work in Pension Age

A new study of 500 tradespeople about their plans for retirement found a large proportion believe they will need to work into pension age.

Housebuilders Concerned About Land Supply

In a new survey from property consultancy Knight Frank, results show 50% of participants said that residential land supply was ‘limited’

How Women Can Save Engineering

Eliza Serna-Cochrane shares her thoughts on how UK engineering can address its gender disparity problem and how it could save the industry

Work Starts at National Portrait Gallery

Gilbert-Ash has announced that it has embarked on a historic project to frame the redevelopment of the National Portrait Gallery

VolkerSmart Technologies Awarded Contracts

VolkerSmart Technologies has announced that it has been awarded another two full fibre rollout contracts in Bracknell and Maidenhead

Public Sector Should Collaborate with MMC Providers

COVID-19 has had huge consequences on the UK’s public sector, with resources and budgets proving inadequate