Construction News interviews
The government will need to tackle the UK’s school place shortage, with education spending cuts on the horizon, according to Osborne’s new construction managing director.
Painter and decorator Ben Hicks tells Construction News how Building Lives helped get him back into work after an operation.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage talks to Construction News ahead of next week’s election on where Ukip stands on skills, infrastructure and housing.
The chief executive of Cala Homes has said the lack of planning permissions is a bigger concern for the housebuilding industry than a shortage of skills.
Speedy Hire’s chief executive Mark Rogerson has said it is “unforgivable” that the company has run out of equipment in the past.
Scottish National Party deputy leader Stewart Hosie sets out his party’s views on housing, High Speed 2 and the UK’s place in Europe.
Sweett Group’s new chief executive has said the decision to sell its Asia-Pacific business was taken to balance the books following a difficult period for the consultant.
Hundreds of new homes have become “victims of political positioning” in the run-up to the general election, Countryside Properties’ chief executive has claimed.