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Are we seeing a decline in the UK Construction Industry?

Are we seeing a decline in the UK Construction Industry?

After recent events in the UK political scene, many have forecasted a decline in the economic performance of the UK industry starting in 2017. Are the March figures demonstrating this yet? Anglo studies some of the most reliable industry reports from IHS Markit in an attempt to answer this critical

Is Sheffield revolutionising the UK industry?

Is Sheffield revolutionising the UK industry?

Are we witnessing the beginning of an industrial revolution in the UK? Sheffield certainly is. The University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has been leading the way in conducting collaborative research to develop new manufacturing techniques and technologies.

Will the rise in new-home construction counter the housing crisis?

Will the rise in new-home construction counter the housing crisis?

Will the buoyant UK construction market and current government initiatives be sufficient to tackle the housing crisis that has been facing our country for at least the last 2 decades? Whilst we wait for the next government’s Housing White Paper detailing its plans for building new homes

Anglo Technical Recruitment gets accredited by Constructionline

Anglo Technical Recruitment gets accredited by Constructionline

Today Anglo Technical Recruitment are once again showing evidence of our commitment to remain top UK construction recruiters by getting the Constructionline accreditation.   Constructionline is the UK's leading construction procurement accreditation service. Constructionline members

New wage agreement for the electrical industry

New wage agreement for the electrical industry

Pay rates for electrical contractors are set to increase after a wage deal was agreed between the trade union Unite and the Electrical Contractors Association (ECA). The agreement will see wages rise by 10% over the next four years, between 2017 and 2020, and will come into effect in January.

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Are we seeing a decline in the UK Construction Industry?

Are we seeing a decline in the UK Construction Industry?

After recent events in the UK political scene, many have forecasted a decline in the economic performance of the UK industry starting in 2017. Are the March figures demonstrating this yet? Anglo studies some of the most reliable industry reports from IHS Markit in an attempt to answer this critical

How to attract women into engineering?

How to attract women into engineering?

In celebration of the International Women’s Day, Anglo Technical has decided to make a quick overview of the position of women in the workplace and in engineering, in the UK and worldwide.   Over the past few decades, women have proven they are able to engage in lots of activities that

IR35 is coming

IR35 is coming

On Thursday 6th of April 2017, new UK Government IR35 legislation finally kicks in for Public Sector LTD company contractors or as HMRC like to call it “Personal Service Company (PSC)” contractors.   It has already caused a shift in the amount of LTD company contractors currently

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