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A builder has been banned for six years after taking £190,000 from clients despite knowing his business was on the brink of collapse.
The director of a Manchester-based drylining subcontractor has been given a seven-year directorial ban for failing to declare all of his tax liabilities.
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.
Balfour Beatty and London Underground have been fined £433,000 after a worker suffered life-changing injuries when his pelvis was crushed in an incident at Whitechapel station.
A subsidiary of Rydon has launched legal action against a north London NHS trust after it pulled out of a £300m strategic partnership contract.
The government has banned combustible materials from new high-rise blocks and given extra power to local authorities to force through work to replace unsafe cladding.
Amey has refused to pay Birmingham City Council money the authority has claimed it overpaid for maintenance work.
A London building firm has been fined after a chauffeur died when he fell through a void in the floor of a property undergoing renovation.
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott has described CN’s investigation into modern slavery as a “shocking indictment” of worker exploitation.
Exclusive: The Metropolitan Police has seen a massive increase in allegations of labour exploitation and modern slavery, Construction News can reveal.