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TOURING DOWNTON ABBEY EXHIBITION TAKES BOSTON BY STORM

TOURING DOWNTON ABBEY EXHIBITION TAKES BOSTON BY STORM

Museum design consultancy, Mather & Co celebrate successful exhibition stint in Boston, USA Touring exhibition has already been hosted in Singapore, New York, Sydney and Toronto As Downton Abbey, the popular British historical period drama, is set to feature on...

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SYLVIA BATTLES THROUGH PAIN BARRIER FOR MACMILLAN

SYLVIA BATTLES THROUGH PAIN BARRIER FOR MACMILLAN

The deputy branch manager of a Portsmouth builders merchant who is suffering from a non-curable condition has raised more than £10,000 for charity - by taking on a 100km two-day running challenge. Sylvia Herring, who works at the Selco Builders Warehouse branch at...

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Brits show entrepreneurial spirit to housebuilding

Brits show entrepreneurial spirit to housebuilding

We’re a nation of entrepreneurs who are willing to take risks in business as we are to building our own homes and developing our own properties. According to the latest visitor survey from the Homebuilding & Renovating Show, over one in four self-builders and home...

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World First at South East Construction Expo 2019 in Sussex

World First at South East Construction Expo 2019 in Sussex

The Xella Silka Element Challenge A one-bedroom apartment block will be built in just one day in a world first construction demonstration, the Xella Silka Element Challenge, for visitors to see at the South East Construction Expo in Ardingly, Sussex on September 26....

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MAJOR WORKS UNDERWAY AT THE ROYAL LIVER BUILDING

MAJOR WORKS UNDERWAY AT THE ROYAL LIVER BUILDING

Work is well underway to deliver the next phase of development at The Royal Liver Building which will combine high quality office space alongside amenities, health and wellbeing activities.   Following planning approval in 2018, contractors are now on site and...

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LCP appoints asset manager for London office

LCP appoints asset manager for London office

National commercial property and investment company LCP has appointed a new asset manager for its London office.   Tim Bromley-Martin joins the asset management team based in Millbank Tower from Lawson & Partners LLP where he was Partner.   After 12...

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How the Stage V transition is driving next-generation R&D

How the Stage V transition is driving next-generation R&D

With the arrival of Stage V requirements, many manufacturers have simply changed their engines to achieve the necessary particulate matter, particulate number and NOX targets. Mecalac, however, has taken a decidedly different approach. We spoke to Paul Macpherson, UK...

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UNDERLYING DEMAND FOR TRADES  DEFIES BREXIT UNCERTAINTY

UNDERLYING DEMAND FOR TRADES DEFIES BREXIT UNCERTAINTY

Earnings for freelance tradespeople in the construction sector declined by just 1.7 per cent last month, according to latest figures released by Hudson Contract. Analysis of August payroll data for more than 2,200 construction companies in England and Wales reveals a...

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NaCSBA Self and Custom Build Homes VAT Survey 2019

NaCSBA Self and Custom Build Homes VAT Survey 2019

Help other self builders like you avoid overpaying VAT by answering our quick survey. The National Custom and Self Build Association (NaCSBA) is conducting a Value Added Tax (VAT) survey to obtain a detailed look at the number of people self building in the UK....

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Isuzu D-Max wins its class at tough Africa Eco Race 2019

Isuzu D-Max wins its class at tough Africa Eco Race 2019

Starting from Monaco on the 30th December 2018, the 11th Edition of the Africa Eco Race consisted of 15 days of intense competitive adventure full of surprises and challenges following the tracks of Dakar founder Thierry Sabine. Competitors covered a total distance of...

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Derbyshire young people get insight into railway construction

Derbyshire young people get insight into railway construction

Young people in Chesterfield have been given a hands-on insight into engineering and construction on Britain’s new railway, High Speed 2 (HS2). In an interactive workshop run by HS2 Ltd, members of the Derbyshire BME Forum were tasked with taking on the role of bridge...

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