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 05-07 March 2019 / ExCeL, London

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In the news

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  • The Considerate Constructors Scheme is calling on the construction industry to radically improve the public’s perception of our industry through the use of social media by participating in the ‘Promoting Construction’ campaign.
  • TfL has admitted the delay is set to cost it £20m in revenue
  • Walney Extension has capability to provide enough renewable energy to power 600,000 homes
  • The award no one wants to win goes to town centre regeneration project in Stockport
  • A major redevelopment project that will bring more than 100 affordable homes to Salford has been given the green light.
  • A £6m social housing project is to become the first in Northern Ireland to use factory-made homes which can be assembled on site in a day.

  • Windfarms fall short in heatwave, but 2018 was still UK’s second greenest summer

  • Nine firms tasked with beginning over 100,000 homes by March 2022

  • The cost of a Derby road improvement scheme being delivered by Galliford Try has more than doubled since work started 10 months ago.

  • The first four of London’s new water fountains have been used tens of thousands of times since they were installed

  • Leader in considerate construction in waste management makes highest level of commitment to improving industry’s image.

  • Survey identifies perception of industry as main challenge to attracting future workforce
     

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