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The impact of trade remedies on the UK construction sector

Most commentators tend to talk about Brexit in binary permutations of hard/soft, deal/no deal, transition/cliff edge. This does a disservice to the enormous decisions the UK must make in the coming months in order to strike out on our own. Not trivialities like a bold new independent policy on the acceptable bend in bananas, but important choices on the fundamental rules under which our businesses will operate.

By Tom Reynolds (British Ceramics Confederation) at 21 Nov 2017

Stamp duty changes in the Budget – what are the options?

Stamp duty, or Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) to use its official name, is paid on the purchase of residential properties, the purchase of non-residential property such as shops, offices or agricultural land, and is also paid on new non-residential leases.

By Rebecca Larkin at 1 Nov 2017

CRASH: The construction industry’s charity

CRASH is the construction industry’s charity. A unique and practical charity that assists homeless and hospice charities with construction related projects.

By CRASH Guest Blog at 26 Oct 2017

New identification service for construction products planned

For over 20 years, the publishing industry has used Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) to enable permanent identification of journal articles and documents on the internet.

By BSI Guest Blog at 25 Oct 2017

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

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