After opening two new assisted, accessible toilet facilities, Alton Towers has become the most accessible of the UK’s top theme parks.
The CMA “Cracking down on Cartels” campaign will encourage witnesses of illegal activity to come forward and report as CMA offer up to £100,000.
According to new research from the Federation of Master Builders, consumers prefer to hire firms that train apprentices.
Businesses across England are welcoming the need to adapt to meet government aims to boost productivity by investing in the labour force.
Calls have been made to recognise energy efficiency as a national infrastructure priority, in response to figures concerning the UK’s failing housing stock.
Water infrastructure has been successfully maintained by the UK’s water authorities as the majority of British customers cannot choose their water supplier.
Altius has published The Modern Day Slavery Survey 2017 Report highlighting the need for UK construction firms to clamp down on modern slavery.
The PAS91 is a publicly available specification that contains question sets suitable for use to assess construction supply chains.
The majority of countries within the EU are not ready to take advantage of the benefits of smart building technology, according to a study by the BPIE.
Approval has been granted to Stroma Certification to offer a UKAS accredited Group Competence Scheme (GCS).