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John Hayes employment lawyer Constantine Law

What May's post-Brexit immigration plans mean for constructionSubscription

The Daily Mail calls it a revolution, but what impact could the government’s latest proposals really have on the industry? John Hayes assess the plans.

Helen Pearce and Sam Cave-Brown-Cave lawyers Bond Dickinson

Don't have a contract? You might still have a claimSubscription

Written contracts are always best, but if you don’t have one there may still be a way to pursue a claim, explain Helen Pearce and Sam Cave-Browne-Cave.

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Grosvenor hotel upgrade shows what clients wantSubscription

Sustainable refurbs are the hospitality sector’s big trend and offer huge potential for contractors. Lucy Alderson looks at the £50m green revamp of Park Lane’s Grosvenor House to find out more.

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Drugs and alcohol: What's happening on site?Subscription

A third of construction operatives have seen someone under the influence on site. Lucy Alderson speaks to workers and experts to identify where enforcement is falling short and assess the scale of the problem.