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Press Releases - Archive

Oct 2014

Glenigan reaction to Lyons Housing Review

Glenigan's Economics Director Allan Wilén comments on the Lyons Housing Review, released today (16 October).

Housing minister Brandon Lewis confirmed as keynote speaker at Glenigan event

Housing and planning minister Brandon Lewis is set to lead the speaker line up at the next Glenigan Breakfast Briefing on 20 November.

Glenigan re-launches construction KPIs report with BIS

Glenigan continues its commitment to track improvements across the industry by re-launching its UK Construction Key Performance Indicators Annual Report.

Are government cuts dimming the lights on solar construction?

Glenigan's utilities expert Caroline Lockyer asks whether the government's recent solar farm subsidy shake up will have a lasting impact on the industry.

Housing starts fall for first time in 18 months

The value of UK housing projects starting on site has dropped for the first time in 18 months, according to the Glenigan Index for October.

Sep 2014

Blog standard

CIMCIG's Ross Sturley offers expert advice on creating a successful construction blog in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.

Glenigan rowers raise £2,500 for GOSH

A team of Glenigan fundraisers have raised £2,500 for Great Ormond Street Hospital after completing a gruelling 24-hour rowing challenge.

False self-employment deconstructed

Mike Lee of Walker Smith Global discusses the implications of the recently introduced false self-employment legislation for the construction industry.
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