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When is a shortage not a shortage?

The market has experienced a surge in activity since the weather-affected Q1, with the potential for continued higher demand into 2014. As the most recent Construction Trade Survey confirms, the biggest boost has been in the new build housing market, stimulated by the government’s ‘Help to Buy’ scheme and the positive economic outlook for the broader economy.

By Dr Diana Montgomery at 27 Nov 2013

Harnessing the Hatred of Energy Firms

[John Tebbit, Deputy Chief Exec of the Association, is a regular contributor to Building Magazine. This blog was originally posted on 18 November 2013 for that publication and can be read there in its entirety.] *** As the arguments have raged around energy companies, ‘green’ taxes, the Green Deal and the apparent reluctance of homeowners to upgrade the energy efficiency of their homes, I have come to the conclusion that there are really only two problems….

By John Tebbit at 18 Nov 2013

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