Issue : April 1998
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Main contractors who turn a blind eye to bogus self-employment face being named and shamed Unions to 'out' the tax cheatsSubscription
MAIN contractors are being targeted by a campaign aiming to 'name and shame' those firms ignoring the switch to direct employment.
Public-private deal for heart of MidlothianSubscription
MIDLOTHIAN Council has revealed details of a £350 million trail- blazing private finance-driven construction programme to regenerate rundown areas of Dalkeith.
Book up now for top showsSubscription
DO YOU work in the civil engineering or pipeline industries? Then make sure you visit the Civils 98 and Pipelines 98 exhibitions in Birmingham.
Costain set to cut timesSubscription
COSTAIN is aiming to cut con-struction times and to slash accident levels by copying management techniques that are practiced by its Swedish shareholder, Skanska.
Contractors must plug 714 loopholeSubscription
WE HAVE heard, in recent years, a great deal about quality in the construction industry.
Bad Budget for expatsSubscription
The rescinding in last month's Budget of the Foreign Earnings Deduction, which allowed expatriate workers to pay tax at the local rate, will hit hard at the competitiveness of UK firms pitching for work abroad, writes Steve Menary
GTRM's clear commitment to safetySubscription
We need standards for CCTVSubscription
Domestic system 'could reduce fire deaths by 90 per cent' Home sprinkler first for ScotsSubscription
WORK is set to start on the first housing association property to have sprinklers installed.
UK exporters are given starter for 10Subscription
GERMANY, the Republic of Ireland and The Netherlands are the top three overseas markets for UK building materials producers.