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27th May to 2nd June – UKR Weekly Newsletter

UKR Weekly Newsletter | UKR Construction jobs West London

  • Construction academy opens inside Leeds prison (The Construction Index)
  • Labour to make climate change core part of school curriculum (Building Specifier)
  • Plans in for £125m Birmingham build to rent scheme (Enquirer)
  • Building services contractors bounce back but familiar problems remain (The Construction Index)
  • TfL secures 12 major developments on Crossrail infrastructure sites (PBC Today)
  • Agency swoops on illegal construction waste sites (Enquirer)
  • Two years work at Headingley Stadium captured in time lapse (Building Talk)
  • Galliford Try rejects £950m Bovis bid (GCR)
  • UK-based company is making home delivery as green as possible with e-cargo bikes (Inhabitat)
  • House-builders feel the chill (The Construction Index)
  • Skanska 3D prints tree planters (Construction Manager)
  • Demolition shows signs of weakening (The Construction Index)
  • Cement free ready-mix concrete now available “on tap” (Enquirer)
  • April new home starts up 21% as London soars (Enquirer)
  • Road-builders see profits start to slide (The Construction Index)
  • CITB sets out solutions to construction industry skills challenges (Building Specifier)
  • “One Day All the Dreamers Will Get Together to Build a Fantastic World”: In Conversation with Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas (Arch Daily)
  • More growth for fit-out specialist (The Construction Index)
  • Plan for UK’s biggest plastics recycling plant (Enquirer)
  • ‘Site of the future’ slashes diesel use on Colas Rail job (Enquirer)
  • Places for People invests £100m in modular housing (Inside Housing)
  • BAM consortium wins London’s £1bn Silvertown Tunnel job (GCR)
  • Homes England funds 4,000 new homes with local authorities (UK Construction Media)
  • Brexit Britain faces a surge in non-EU workers to plug skills shortages in the UK (The Sun)
  • Musculoskeletal disorders cost construction £646m a year, say big contractors (Construction Manager)
  • Video | Willmott Dixon demolishes fire-ravaged car park (Construction Manager)
  • House prices slip in May in subdued market (BBC)
  • The rise of construction robotics (The Construction Index)