The big news of the week has been the Budget announcement by The Office for Budget Responsibility. Budget headlines for construction are;
Barratt Development are planning to create 3,000 new jobs due to the decision to extend the Help-To-Buy scheme. They will be increasing the number of sites they are working on to around 450 which will boost staff, including sub-contractors, to around 21,000. Via construction enquirer.
Unite, the student accommodation specialist, has been given the green light to build a new complex in North London. The contract is for a 900-bed project in Islington, with Unite hoping to get the project delivered by 2016. Via construction enquirer.
Glyn Salmon, Director,
Brian Sanders, Domestic Energy Manager,
Jim Dawkins, Commercial Director,
James O’Loughlin, Recruitment Manager,
Alan McGillivray, HR Director,
Ian Watson, Group Supply Chain Director,
Steve Bradbury, Project Director,
Nicola Docherty, HR Manager,
Lucas Critchley, Regional Director,
Rod Sutherland, Operational Manager,
Tim Carpenter, Managing Director,
Adrian Watts, Technical Director,
Simon Taylor, Resident Liaison Manager,
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