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Issue : 4 October 2007

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    The right strategy for sustainability?Subscription

    Blog16 October, 2007

    John Malins - associate at David Arnold Cooper Solicitors looks at the government's proposals published in the Draft Strategy for Sustainable Construction

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    Signoff: David TaylorSubscription

    Archive11 October, 2007

    Depending on your outlook, this time of year is either when your interest in politics deepens, or you begin to wish the whole sick crew would head off to Brighton en masse and jump off the nearest cliff.

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    Spotlight: OakdeneSubscription

    Archive9 October, 2007

    After a dour period, shareholders in Oakdene finally appeared to be seeing some upside – then came Northern Rock.

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    Talk is cheap - not talking isn'tSubscription

    Archive8 October, 2007

    Disputes require good communication if additional costs are not to be incureed by unnecessary delays. Guy Cottam takes a look at an example of how not to do it

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    Law ResourcesSubscription

    Features8 October, 2007

    Links for official organisations dealing with law and regulation.

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    Health and Safety Resource ListSubscription

    Features8 October, 2007

    Links for official organisations dealing with health and safety.

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    Crossrail secures extra fundingSubscription

    News5 October, 2007

    The long-awaited £16 billion Crossrail project will go ahead after extra funding was agreed, Prime Minister Gordon Brown said today.

  • Glasgow seeks builder for health office plansSubscription

    News5 October, 2007

    Glasgow City Council is looking for firms interested in building a new community health office.

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    Dawson-Wam fined for employee deathSubscription

    News5 October, 2007

    A civil engineering firm has been fined £100,000 and ordered to pay £76,000 costs after the death of an employee while dismantling heavy machinery.

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    Widening the safety netSubscription

    Special reports4 October, 2007

    If the alarming rise in site fatalities is to be reversed, small companies in the house building and refurbishment sector will need persuading to improve their safety procedures

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