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Commercial production of bricks from construction waste begins.
AHSS calls for special treatment of listed building CO2 reduction goals.
Highways England announces future digital plans.
Public procurement method revisions scheduled for next session of Parliament.
Government emphasises training for construction and engineering trades.
Report from ISG reveals Scotland is the largest UK energy consumer.
ECA and SELECT offer assistance to members set back by delays.
British Steel stops taking orders temporarily.
Construction sector publicly recognised for net zero contributions.
SPF poised to respond to Scottish Parliamentary Election results.
Cladding remediation delays cause concern after East London fire.
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An update of standards and regulations is under consideration.
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