Following the torrential storms that hit the UK earlier this year, Glenigan's utilities expert Caroline Lockyer asks how much public sector money has been put aside for future flood protection.
Following the introduction of new ‘false self-employment’ rules last week, Glenigan economist Tom Cranes looks at the likely impact on construction margins and labour costs as recovery continues to beckon for the industry.
The UK’s transport network of rail, roads and airports will need to be improved to support future economic growth, says Glenigan’s infrastructure expert Suzy Riding.
Healthy growth in the residential and commercial sectors during the first quarter of 2014 shows UK construction confidence is increasing, according to the latest figures from industry analysts Glenigan.
Glenigan Content Director Robert Davis crowned BriggsAmasco Roofing Specialist of the Year at the 2014 Construction News Specialist Awards last week.
The March roundup of industry news from the Construction Industry Group of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
A host of leading political and economic commentators will be sharing their forecasts for the UK construction industry at the next Glenigan Breakfast Briefing on 15 May.
Glenigan's Economics Director Allan Wilén comments on today’s (19 March) Budget announcement.