Finance & Legislation

From CIS to making tax digital for VAT: Construction made simple

The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) is not new news to those in the industry - but it can be time-consuming.

Why construction firms are missing out on millions in R&D tax credits

Why are so many companies in the sector failing to claim R&D tax credits?

Interserve announces losses and increases shareholder control

Troubled contractor Interserve has released data on its 2018 losses and increased shareholder control.

Payment in the construction sector

The Court of Appeal has recently provided clarification around payment in the construction sector.

Prosecution follows worker death

The HSE has prosecuted a civil engineering contractor following the death of an employee.

How can the adjudication process help resolve construction disputes?

Adjudication can be a time and cost-efficient way of resolving disputes that arise within the construction industry

Leeds company credits business growth to HS2

Leeds based company Soil Engineering has credited its 35% business growth to its role in HS2.

Interserve’s troubles a warning sign for subcontractors

Shakespeare Martineau look at the lessons learnt from Carillion's collapse and the warning signs coming from Interserve.

Manchester City united under construction standards

Manchester City Council has pledged to work with Unite, on its building projects.

Slow-down ramps up as Brexit stalls economy

Output stalls as Brexit edges nearer.