21st to 27th August – UKR Weekly Newsletter

UKR Weekly Newsletter | UKR Construction jobs West London


  • Mace appointed construction manager on shard place (REM)
  • Sales growth for building products (The Construction Index)
  • Brick demand returns to 2007 levels (The Construction Index)
  • New images show progress on the next world’s tallest building (Inhabitat)
  • Construction is very much for the girls (The Irish News)
  • Tradesmen around the world: Which country pays the most? (Building Talk)
  • Employers worry about state of UK economy (BBC)
  • Costain explains loss of Hinkley Point tunnelling contract (The Construction Index)
  • Meet the trailblazing Irish women taking up trades as successful mechanics, plumbers and construction workers (The Irish Sun)
  • Number of new homes being built across England soars 13% to its highest levels in a decade in a bid to tackle housing crisis (The Sun)
  • Manchester skyscraper gets green light (Construction Enquirer)
  • Timely completion for Mersey Gateway Bridge (The Construction Index)
  • Tradesmen around the world: Which country pays the most? (Building Talk)
  • European Investment Bank stops investment in Britain due to Brexit (GCR)
  • BAM appointed to Edinburgh Airport expansion (Scottish Construction Now)
  • Value of UK infrastructure construction contracts at its lowest monthly total in six years (Insider)
  • Irish construction firms reduce exposure to UK ahead of Brexit (The Irish Times)
  • No end to British wage squeeze despite tumbling jobless rate (Reuters)



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