News

1 August 2018

Home Office launch an Employer Toolkit to support EU Workers

The Home Office has developed a employer toolkit to equip employers with the right tools and information to support EU citizens and their families on the EU Settlement Scheme. The toolkit contains leaflets, posters and a briefing pack to help employers…

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31 July 2018

Build UK Benchmarks Members on Payment Performance

Build UK has published information on the payment performance of its Contractor members using data submitted under the Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance. Identified as a specific action within the recently published Construction Sector Deal, Build UK…

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30 July 2018

Redevelopment of the Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) Test

At the end of 2017, CITB outlined a number changes to the Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) test. Since then, CITB has carried out a review of existing questions, introduced new question styles and updated all revision materials. Support required…

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23 July 2018

Tax Guidance for Build UK Members – July 2018

Members can access the Construction Industry Joint Taxation Committee’s (JTC) monthly tax guidance newsletter as a key benefit of Build UK membership. Members often register the difficulties they face in complying with changes to taxation rules and regulations and can…

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13 July 2018

Construction News Awards 2018 – winners announced!

Build UK is thrilled to have partnered with the Construction News Awards 2018 which were held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, and even more delighted that so many Build UK members were nominated and won awards! The…

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11 July 2018

Construction Companies Look To Increase Workforce Despite Cautious Expectations of a Weakening in Output

Results of the first Build UK State of Trade survey for 2018 show that contractors have become more cautious over their prospects. In the short term a modest recovery in workload was anticipated during the second quarter after a first…

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