The government has announced plans to sell Constructionline, its online construction supplier database. It said that private ownership would allow Constructionline “to grow and achieve its full potential, including offering new additional services”.
The retired judge who imposed a huge fine on Balfour Beatty for its part in the 2000 Hatfield rail crash was chosen to hear blacklisting compensation cases because of his previously tough stance in dealing with the industry.
Express.co.uk Heartless rogue builders who 'bled elderly homeowners dry' have been jailed Express.co.uk The four bogus builders targeted elderly homeowners to “bled them dry” for work they didn't need - and made them pay more than £70,000.
Three men were arrested in St Ives last week as Police and Cornwall Trading Standards stepped up their battle against bogus builders and doorstep fraudsters. Concerned neighbours called the Police when they spotted the three men working at the home of elderly sisters.
A track maintenance supervisor was seriously injured when he was hit by a Gatwick Express train travelling at 80 mph. The Rail Accident Investigation Branch has confirmed it is investigating the accident which occurred last month.
INFOGRAPHIC: A new manifesto published today (7 July) by the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) has calculated that the UK could save £12.1billion per year by 2050 by focusing energy policy on greener buildings. - edie news centre
Derbyshire Times Police issue warning over rogue traders in Derbyshire The Star Police are warning residents to be on their guard against rogue traders targeting elderly residents in the North Derbyshire.
Construction firms cutting corners on health and safety will feel the “full weight of the law”, the Health and Safety Executive has warned, after announcing a two-week inspection blitz on sites across the UK.
An untrained scaffolder had to have his leg amputated after falling from an unguarded structure, a court has heard. Andrew Gore, 37, from Mountain Ash in the Cynon Valley, had never had any recognised training.
A lorry loader crane operator must pay £10,000 in fines and costs after botching a lift and crushing a construction worker. 50-year-old Mark Fowell from Poole was attempting to load out a portable building onto the back of his lorry.
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