Health & Safety

Planning Early to Avoid Gull Issues Always Pays Off


Netting is the most effective way to protect buildings by denying access to pest birds, a physical barrier that provides total exclusion

Combating stress on site


The number of working days lost to work-related stress, depression, or anxiety in the UK has grown steadily since 2017.

Leeds Beckett and Aggregate Industries Team Up


Aggregate Industries & Leeds Beckett University are working in partnership as part of a new Government-funded research and innovation project

Budget 2021: Government Need to Solve Cladding Crisis


Experts at national law firm Irwin Mitchell say the Government still needs a consistent strategy towards how it handles the “cladding crisis”

Mental Health in Construction Impacted by Bullying


New findings from a national survey have shown that 21% of construction employees have experienced bullying in the last year.

English Courts Continue to Sympathise with Claimants on Fire Safety


In a case regarding a fire safety claim, theTCC provided guidance on the approach it will take when exercising discretion to allow amendments

Real Estate Must Move with the Times


Liviu Tudor writes about why the commercial and corporate real estate sector must fast adapt to the challenges posed by the pandemic

Digitisation in Construction Helping Manage Vaccinations


Mark Shaw, CEO of Tento Applied Sciences writes about the digitisation in construction, and how this is helping to manage vaccinations.  

Construction Workers Do Not Intend to Commute


Almost one in five construction workers have said that they don’t intend to return to the office post pandemic

Building Safety Bill Announced


The Building Safety Bill published on Monday 5 July will create lasting generational change and set out a clear pathway for the future