The following is industry reactions to Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Spring Statement, which he delivered yesterday. This statement is mainly an update on the current state, and the future, of the country’s finances. As well as this, he announced some substantial, new policies, set to affect our budgets looking forward.
Where can you find savings opportunities in 2022? In general, it all comes down to tracking your expenses, paying off debt, and shopping smartly…
This article outlines the areas to invest, and where you can make smart sustainable swaps, when renovating your home; from top (roofing) to toe (flooring) and everything in between.
If you need additional storage space in the bathroom, it is time for a bathroom remodel! It might not seem like it, but it is relatively easy to do.
This guide highlights the various ways you can ensure you’re adding value to your home through strategic upgrades and changes.
The UK’s outdoor economy is stronger than ever, reflecting a public appetite for minimising the amount of time spent indoors and, for many, a re-evaluation of their appreciation of being outside. George Parker, Director of Pop Up Power Supplies, explains more…
Ramsey Assal, CEO at The Landsite, talks about how, despite commercial spaces closing at a record-high rate, the post-pandemic future is looking bright for UK high streets.
There is a growing disparity in the construction industry’s capacity to supply the materials and labour needed to meet a growing demand, explains Tomas Jansons, of Jansons Property…
Some project and programme teams are taking radical action to address procurement-related risks, explains Andrew Cullis, of Equib.
From concrete, metals and asphalt to wood, glass, paper and plastics, this sector produces waste from a number of materials that are recyclable. There’s plenty of scope, then, for construction businesses to change their practices to reduce waste through recycling.