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Dundee students get a taste of the built environment industry

Students from Dundee & Angus College have spent the week with infrastructure giant Robertson after winning a prestigious student challenge. The team of four students triumphed over twenty participating teams from higher education bodies across Scotland competing in the Chartered... View Article

SME builders now better represented on CITB Board, says FMB

The appointment of two construction SME representatives to the CITB Board is an important step forward, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). Commenting on the CITB’s announcement regarding the new appointments to the CITB Board, Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the... View Article

CITB head office plans branded deeply flawed by workforce

The Construction Industry Training Board’s (CITB) proposed move from its headquarters in Bircham Newton, Norfolk, to an unspecified site in Peterborough, has been described as deeply flawed by Unite, the UK’s largest union and management representatives, which has no confidence... View Article

No medals yet for Olympic homes delivery

Just half of the 1,471 new homes targeted for the Olympic Park in 2017 were actually completed. Only 74 of these new homes were affordable, which is a quarter of the annual affordable homes target of 455. The draft London... View Article
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