Issue : 28 September 2018
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Immigration solicitor Anne Morris explains why it can pay to question Home Office fines for illegal employment.
Out of order: How to save projects from DCO hellSubscription
At RSK, we have worked on several projects recently that have faced issues over the development consent order.
Kier's streamlining exposes a new era of cautionSubscription
Carillion’s collapse in January sent shockwaves through the industry and, indeed, the wider economy.
Wellbeing – stop tossing it bananasSubscription
The Olympic Delivery Authority Health and Safety Standard, outlined in 2006, marked the first time a public project had set out its commitment and strategy in this way.
Warwick's 1,000-year-old school gets a new siteSubscription
Speller Metcalfe has been entrusted with expanding and relocating facilities for one of England’s oldest institutions.
If HMRC attempts to recover someone else’s VAT default from your business, there are several things to do and to remember, Evan Wright explains.
Remember Carillion the cowboySubscription
It’s amazing to discover that we still haven’t reached the bottom of the Carillion incompetence barrel.
Construction News investigates the detailed reasons behind the scheme’s nine-month setback – and whether more delays could follow.
Crossrail: Bond Street delayed until 2019Subscription
Fit-out work on Crossrail’s £110m Bond Street upgrade is running behind schedule and is not expected to be completed before the end of the year.
Digging into the numbers behind a new JV at Hinkley Point C, Royal Liverpool Hospital’s latest update and affordable homes on TfL land.