In response to ONS data showing that construction output dropped by 5.9%, driven by a 5.1% decrease in repair and maintenance, Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the FMB, said: “To reverse the decline in output a clear plan for recovery is needed that specifically supports local builders. Small- to medium-sized (SME) construction firms operate across the country, and create local training and employment opportunities. They are central to achieving the government’s levelling-up agenda and can help stimulate local growth in the long term. This should be delivered through a national retrofit programme that sets out a plan for upgrading our existing homes. This should be underpinned by a temporary cut in VAT to stimulate demand for these works.”
£29,577 - £32,234 yearly
East Devon District Council
Building Control SurveyorBlackdown House, Honiton – (currently home working)Full time – 37 hours...
£33,782 - £36,922 yearly
Horsham District Council
Horsham, West Sussex, UK
Planning and Building Control Support Team Leader £33,782-£36,922 paHorsham, West Sussex Closing d...
£43,860 - £46,839 yearly
Royal Borough of Greenwich
Greenwich, London, UK
Building Control Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills Structural Engineer PO5 £43,860 t...
Derbyshire Building Control Partnership
The security of a successful, growing business combined with the challenge of continuing our expansi...