As part of a package of new measures to help kick-start the British economy, the Government has, this month, launched a new Recovery Loan Scheme.
Latest research has revealed widespread confusion across the construction sector, with clients and construction firms unsure who is liable for contract breaches as a result of the pandemic.
If your construction or engineering business is run as a partnership or you have shareholders with a financial interest in your company, it is important to put in place a formal, legally binding agreement.
Construction companies have been warned that they will face “intense scrutiny” from the Government if they submit public sector bids which are felt to be “unrealistically low.
New guidance published by the Government ahead of the implementation of off-payroll IR35 rules for the private sector has confirmed that penalties will be waived for the first 12 months of implementation.
We would like to take this opportunity to tell you about a change in our company’s structure.
Following a landmark decision by the Supreme Court, many businesses in England and Wales could be due an insurance pay-out for loss of income and disruption as a result of the first COVID-19 lockdown.
The construction industry is bucking the national trend and, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, is providing new opportunities for job hunters.
Two construction suppliers have been fined more than £15million after they were found to have broken competition law.
A cross party committee of MPs has told the Government that it new Building Safety Bill does not go into sufficient detail and fails to protect the interests of leaseholders.