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Points to ponder concerning the maintenance of a good relationship with EU Regulators

Non-tariff issues will be of great significance to the construction industry supply chain during the Brexit negotiations. UK construction product manufacturers have invested heavily in European standards to support the CPR so any significant divergence relating to the trade in goods and services may force global businesses to decide between complying with UK or EU rules.

By Duncan King at 15 Sep 2017

The underlying challenges of the construction industry

Since the nadir in 2009, activity across UK construction has largely remained on an upward trajectory, rising 21.7% from £113.0 billion to £137.6 billion in 2016.

By Amandeep Bahra at 8 Sep 2017

How many housing ministers in 20 years?

The appointment of Alok Sharma as Minister for Housing in Teresa May’s new government back in June marks the 15th holder of the position in 20 years.

By Rebecca Larkin at 8 Sep 2017

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