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30 April 2019

Fostering Greater Collaboration across the Construction Sector

Build UK has published a recommendation on contract terms which seeks to form a new common ground between clients and the supply chain on contractual practice in the construction sector. It is widely recognised that the industry needs to work…

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26 April 2019

Remarkably Positive – First Quarter 2019 Contract Performance Report

Build UK is now working with leading data and contract lead provider, the Builders' Conference. Offering access to a comprehensive database with the latest information on contracts and market conditions and a 25% discount for Build UK members, this new…

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24 April 2019

Trade associations meet to discuss training delivery issues

Build UK's trade association members met on Wednesday 24 April 2019 at the Chartered Institute of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) to discuss the challenges of delivering specialist training and to propose solutions for contractors. Discussions explored the specific challenges for…

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16 April 2019

Changes to the Health, Safety and Environment Test

The Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) test for the construction industry is being updated on 26 June 2019. The HS&E test helps to raise the health, safety and environment standards for those working in the construction industry – giving assurance…

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15 April 2019

Tax Guidance for Build UK Members – April 2019

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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12 April 2019

Brexit: Deal or No Deal?

On Thursday 11 April an agreement was reached between the UK and the European Council on a further extension to the Article 50 negotiating period until 31 October 2019. The key elements of this are: The extension should run for…

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