Archive for the ‘Constuction Jobs’ category

UK faces massive shortage of construction workers

27 June 2013 - Constuction Jobs, Drop in construction workers - gregory nelson - Comments Off on UK faces massive shortage of construction workers

Well tell us something we don’t know construction output hit rock bottom in 2009 and the wages suffered by as much as 40% and people have left the trades to do something more valuable with their working lives I personally am a prime example of this earning nearly a £1000 a week to then having […]

Construction output slows

3 May 2013 - Constuction Jobs - admin - Comments Off on Construction output slows

The total volume of construction output in the first quarter of 2012 increased by 1.3% compared to the same period in 2011.   Output has also shown quarter-on-quarter growth over the last three quarters.   But the current levels of output are still around 40% lower than peak output in 2007.   The industry had […]

Administators called in Naylor & Walkden

3 May 2013 - Constuction Jobs - admin - Comments Off on Administators called in Naylor & Walkden

Unfortunately the administrators have been called in at Naylor & Walkden following a bad period for the company. But 57 workers at the construction division have been made redundant as administrator KPMG shut the business down. The contracting arm worked on new build and refurbishment projects worth up to £3.5m. The company’s shopfit arm has […]

Labour vows to curb influx of foreign builders

22 April 2013 - Constuction Jobs - admin - Comments Off on Labour vows to curb influx of foreign builders

Oh take me back to 2001 when wages were high and you could walk on any site and get a job it was so easy, until we signed up to go in the EU then all hell broke loose in the labour market in the construction industry. Labour estimated 15000 polish workers would come to […]

Government backs building schemes

21 April 2013 - Constuction Jobs - admin - Comments Off on Government backs building schemes

Tell everyone in the building trade something they have known for the last four years we need to start building and quickly to generate growth within the faltering economy. Building did provide %10 of GDP output, now I have a guess it’s half that,  the government have realised that without building and the other industries […]


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