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With the proposed apprenticeship levy still a hot topic, the industry’s concern lies in how the government’s apprenticeship ambitions address varied industry demand; With workers 100 times more likely to die from occupational disease than from workplace accidents, CEOs now face the pivotal task of driving health reforms within their own firms and the industry as a whole; Faced with an increasing demand for pupil places, what opportunities are there for contractors looking to make their ...
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London Bible College, Green Lane.PLANNING AUTHORITY: Hillingdon.JOB: Detailed plans submitted for college extension.CLIENT: London Bible College.AGENT: Ainsworth Davey Partnership, 170 Greenford Road, Harrow HA1 3QX.VALUE: £4 million. CONSTRUCTION NEWS
IBM has drawn up plans for a £50 million-plus mixed development on its Greenford Green site at Ealing, west London.The company has already been talking to Ealing Council about the project which will cover around 16 has of the 29 ha site.Under the plans, which include expanding IBM's distribution centre, there will be four or five non-food retailers, a leisure complex, business park and retail warehouse park.It is unlikely that IBM will develop the site itself but will cast around for a major developer to form a partnership or joint venture. CONSTRUCTION NEWS
THE FEDERATION of Master Builders has expelled three members from its London region, it announced last week. Universal General Builders, of Greenford, Middlesex, AA Homecare Services of Ilford, Essex, and Omega Window Systems, of Wandsworth, London, were the companies thrown out.