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The chancellor has given some welcome relief to the self-employed, promising to pay 80% of profits up to £2,500 a month if they have make annual profits under £50,000.
The UK is split over whether to close non-essential construction sites as Scotland and Westminster form different policies in reaction to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Coronavirus Bill has been published, putting many of the measures announced by ministers to tackle the outbreak on a statutory footing.
Local government secretary Robert Jenrick has admitted there is no science behind a threshold that determines whether councils receive cash to cope with flooding.
We regret to announce that the winter service conferences Cold Comfort and Cold Comfort Scotland have been postponed, and new dates will be confirmed very shortly.
Four new implementation committees focusing on health, public sector preparedness, economy and international response, will feed into a new daily C-19 meeting chaired by the prime minister.
Key voices in the infrastructure sector have celebrated an ambitious Budget, which provided a much-needed confidence boost with hundreds of billions of pounds pledged.
Flood-hit areas will vie for £200m in funding to improve flood defences, the chancellor has announced in his Budget.
New chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a Budget to end austerity, boost productivity and tackle the problems created by coronavirus.
The NHS has requested supplies from industry to support its fight against COVID-19.
Stuart Marshall, sales and marketing manager at Symology, discusses his company's unique interface between road, rail and utilities.
Highways England has re-opened the debate over the effectiveness of its current stopped vehicle detection (SVD) technology, claiming that it is ‘effective in all levels of traffic’.
The construction industry is working with the Government on how best to maintain critical output throughout the coronavirus pandemic.