30th October to 5th November – UKR Weekly Newsletter

UKR Weekly Newsletter | UKR Construction jobs West London


  • How to make a successful career change within the construction industry (UK Construction Media)
  • RIBA calls for progressive UK immigration policy post-Brexit (Building Specifier)
  • ‘Speed dating’ event helps Irish subbies find hospital work (The Construction Index)
  • CIOB asks: Why are we building such rubbish? (The Construction Index)
  • Robots will take more than half a million builders’ jobs by 2040, warn construction experts (The Sun)
  • World’s first 3D printed bridge opens (GCR)
  • Construction sector returns to growth, but optimism is in short supply (Telegraph)
  • New Zealand launches biggest ever drive to attract Brexit Britain’s builders (The Guardian)
  • Sadiq Khan backs Evening Standard’s modern slavery campaign amid crackdown on building site exploitation (Evening Standard)
  • Building flats on London car parks could solve housing crisis, report suggests (Evening Standard)
  • Building homes over London’s open railways could solve the capital’s housing shortage (The Telegraph)
  • North Midland Construction is recruiting labourers, engineers and construction managers for 140 roles in UK (The Sun)
  • Work to start next year on vast Dagenham East film studio (Construction Enquirer)
  • Hastings Pier wins RIBA Stirling Prize 2017 (UK Construction Media)
  • Build your own home — grand designs for beginners (FT)




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