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New site safety regulations to be published shortly ahead of April 2015 implementation

Plans to revise UK laws on construction safety are likely to be published by the government at the beginning of April with the intention that they come into force in April 2015, a health and safety law expert has said.  20 Mar 2014

Winter floods to cost UK insurance industry £1.1bn, says ABI

The UK insurance industry is expected to pay up to £ 1.1 billion to customers whose homes, businesses and vehicles were damaged as a result of storms and flooding during the “ wettest winter on record ” , according to the latest figures from the Association... 20 Mar 2014

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Unlisted UK government construction projects could be worth an additional £60bn to economy, says Glenigan

The UK government's 'pipeline' of construction projects in development could be worth £60 billion more to the economy than the latest list published by the Treasury, according to analysis by market data providers Glenigan. 17 Mar 2014

UK energy secretary pledges changes to energy efficiency retrofitting schemes after "disappointing" uptake

The number of homeowners that have gone on to apply for finance to fund the installation of energy efficiency measures following an assessment under the Green Deal has been "disappointing", the UK's energy secretary has admitted. 10 Mar 2014

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