Construction – What are the prospects for the next 18 months?News article
Construction has remained under pressure during the first half of the year. Cuts in Government expenditure have depressed the flow of public sector projects; the double dip recession in theUKhas disrupted the tentative recovery in private sector work.
Skills Body Issues Nuclear Workforce WarningNews article
A skills body has warned that companies looking to build the next generation of Nuclear Power plants will find it difficult to transfer labour between projects due to section 106 agreements with local authorities.
Major players get behind a new campaign to BUILD the country back into growthNews article
Twenty three of the country’s main contracting chiefs have taken the unprecedented step of putting their names to the new campaign: Creating Britain’s Future.
Rullion Build Successfully Passes Link Up Core Audit ModuleNews article
Rullion Build, the trades arm of the Rullion Group of companies have recently successfully passed the "Link Up Core Audit Module" gaining the "Qualified" status.
Manchester Office MoveNews article
Rullion Build Manchester and Corporate Office have moved!
Autumn Statement Reaction!News article
GDP growth forecasts for this year and next have been downgraded since last March’s Budget statement. The export led recovery that was seen as the country’s saviour the end of last year, failed to emerge as problems of the Eurozone persisted.
How the Chancellor can restore Confidence?News article
George Osbourne prepares to deliver his autumn statement next month, the industry will be waiting to hear what the Treasury has in store for 2013.
The Forecast for 2013!News article
Project intelligence provider Glenigan have revised their long-term forecast for the market and confirm which sectors they think will be the growth areas for next year. Overall they expect project starts in the UK to grow by 2% in 2013.
Recruitment firm maintains community linksNews article
For the second year in a row Construction recruiter Rullion Build Ltd has continued its support of Leeds based junior football club Bramley Phoenix.
CBI calls for regulations reviewNews article
The CBI has urged the coalition government to strip out “needless administration” from the agency workers regulations, saying they are a drag on job creation a year after they came into force.