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A plant operator who caused £1m worth of damage when he ploughed a digger into new bungalows has been sentenced to four years in prison.
The director of a failed contractor hired to build two major projects in the £200m redevelopment of Liverpool’s Chinatown has been disqualified for seven years.
Balfour Beatty head of legal David Mercer has retired.
A sole trader who stole more than £160,000 in a tax scam has been given a suspended two-year prison sentence.
Payroll company Hudson Contract Services has lost a High Court appeal over its eligibility to pay the industry’s training levy.
It is vital that firms start talking within their supply chains to mitigate against the risks of a no-deal Brexit, the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) has warned.
The decision to award a Balfour Beatty joint venture the £500m contract to build an energy-from-waste plant in Gloucestershire is facing a legal challenge.
A 49-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of playing a part of in an organised crime group involved in modern slavery offences, police have said.
Police are searching for a man who used a digger to smash up an under-construction hotel in Liverpool on Monday.
A company director has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for the sale of a paint stripper and a plant protection product containing prohibited substances.