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RICS blames Brexit uncertainty for slowing growth

Latest quarterly workload report form chartered surveyors indicates that construction workloads in the UK continue to rise, albeit at a slower rate than previously seen in the past three years.

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Barratt managing director arrested in bribery investigation

House-builder Barratt Developments has suspended Alastair Baird, its managing director for London, following his arrest in a corruption investigation.

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Contractor fined £100k for site hoarding failure

A Cambridge construction company has been fined £100,000 after temporary hoarding from one of its sites fell onto a passer-by walking along the high street.

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Consumer demand for building work holds steady

The first survey of master builders since the EU referendum shows that their workloads have continued to rise, albeit at a slower pace.

See more at http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/consumer-demand-for-building-work-holds-steady 

 

 

Amey trials flood sensors in gullies

Amey is trialling the use of sensors in gullies in Hampshire to prevent roads flooding.

See more at http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/amey-trials-flood-sensors-in-gullies