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LHC to launch five public sector frameworks to support net zero

LHC to launch five public sector frameworks to support net zero

LHC is launching five public sector frameworks covering retrofit, energy efficiency, asset safety and compliance works in 2023 to support public sector organisations on the journey to carbon net zero and building compliance   LHC is encouraging public sector organisations, as well as

Mini Budget: IR35 to be reversed from April 2023

Mini Budget: IR35 to be reversed from April 2023

The government has decided to scrap recent reforms to the tax status of self-employed workers from April next year, in what it said is a move towards simplifying the tax regime.   Reforms to IR35, introduced in April 2021, require workers routinely working with the

LHC’s £90m ASC1 public sector framework opens for early interest

LHC’s £90m ASC1 public sector framework opens for early interest

The Asset Safety and Compliance (ASC1) framework from public sector framework provider LHC will cover all five LHC Group areas including Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA), Welsh Procurement Alliance (WPA) and South West Procurement Alliance (SWPA), Consortium Procurement Construction

Online platform for government’s Civilian Reserve

Online platform for government’s Civilian Reserve

Work has begun on the development of an online platform for managing the government’s planned “Civilian Reserve” of external experts that will be deployed to support ministers and officials in responding to future emergencies.   The Cabinet Office is leading the project to

Department for Education offers £100k to CISO

Department for Education offers £100k to CISO

The Department for Education is offering a six-figure salary to recruit a chief information security officer. The successful applicant will join as the head of a departmental Cyber and Information Security (CIS) division that was created as recently as 2018.  “Since then, we have been

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Network Rail tenders £1.7bn minor works contract

Network Rail tenders £1.7bn minor works contract

Network Rail Southern Region is seeking 16 contractors for a new minor works framework.   The minor works buildings and civils framework (MWF-B&C) is divided into nine lots for unplanned, planned and cyclical maintenance works.   The £1.7bn framework is designed to align

Contractor signed for the construction of a £9m new Trent bridge

Contractor signed for the construction of a £9m new Trent bridge

A bridge is being built to connect pedestrians and cyclists in the Lady Bay area south of the river with the Trent Basin waterside housing estate on the north side of the river, close to Nottingham city centre.   It will be the first new crossing of the Trent in the city for 65 years.

Women in Rail Conference marks end of 10th anniversary celebrations

Women in Rail Conference marks end of 10th anniversary celebrations

Women in Rail (WR) marked the end of its 10th anniversary celebrations with its annual Conference on Thursday 2nd March 2023.   The hybrid event, hosted by London law firm Stephenson Harwood, brought together 120 in-person attendees and a virtual audience of almost 100. Tickets had sold out

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