Issue : 16 November 2018
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It’s a common issue within the industry to see high-profile projects making the headlines for being over budget.
Sites across the UK are complicit in the exploitation of undocumented workers – most of them from overseas. CN has spent six months investigating the industry’s hidden black market – and why prosecutions are so rare
With the Planning (Scotland) Bill expected to introduce secondary legislation for a local infrastructure levy, key policy considerations must now be made.
More than 80 of the industry’s most influential leaders are preparing to address the two-day CN Summit that kicks off tomorrow.
Galliford Try Partnerships has partnered with WM Housing Group to deliver a 210-home development in Birmingham.
Wates to build 32-storey Tottenham towerSubscription
Wates Construction has been appointed by London residential developer Anthology to build its £82m Hale Works development in Tottenham Hale.
Bouygues UK regional MD exits after 22 yearsSubscription
Bouygues UK’s managing director for the South-east Darren Gill has exited the firm.
Fake Skills: Fraudulent cards – industry fights back as crime rings prosper
Forrest voluntarily exits £200m frameworkSubscription
Forrest Group has withdrawn from client frameworks and is in talks to exit a mixed-use scheme in Manchester ahead of a possible refinancing deal, CN understands.
Do you know who’s on your site?Subscription
How are skills cards checked on your site?