The Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) has welcomed another major organisation to its ranks, as the successful collective continues to offer a wealth of practical support and guidance to Scotland’s building sector.
The Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) has praised the industry for embracing its drive to improve payments and cashflow – and says the positive response to its recent campaign demonstrates that there is a real appetite for change across the sector. The collective says the response
Construction businesses in Scotland are still suffering the scourge of late payments, outstanding retentions and unexpected charges, a new survey by the Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) has revealed. Some 68% of respondents to the body’s in-depth poll said their payment terms were
Building greener kitchens, accessing renewable funding and preventing heat loss through windows and doors are among the main events being planned for this year’s Green Home Festival, organisers have revealed.
The Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) is undertaking a major new survey to establish an overview of payments and cashflow in the Scottish construction sector.
The construction industry must "embrace" the new Scottish Construction Accord in order to make it effective, the Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) has said. Launched last week by Scottish Government minister Ivan McKee, the new initiative is a collaboration between the industry and the p
Scotland’s first-ever Green Home Festival has been hailed as a resounding success, with organisers already planning next year’s event to cater for the growing interest in low-carbon construction and sustainable living. More than 350 delegates signed up for the five-day renewables jambore
Scotland faces a “monumental but essential task” if it is to overhaul its aged housing stock and find practical solutions to reduce emissions and address the climate emergency, Patrick Harvie MSP said yesterday as he officially opened the first-ever Green Home Festival as part of the Edi
The Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) is calling on the Scottish Government to intervene and help address concerns raised by Scottish construction businesses over the introduction of the new UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) mark. The unique trades organisation’s Post-Brexit and Trade
The Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) has reassured clients that ongoing price rises for projects are caused by global events not “profiteering” and said any increases only reflect the spiralling costs that are affecting the whole construction industry. Clients have voiced co
Heat pumps and energy efficient tenements among attractions planned for upcoming Green Home Festival
Sustainable building materials, heat pump myth-busting and a tour of an energy efficient tenement will be among the shows at this year’s Green Home Festival, organisers have revealed.
After nearly two years dedicated to steering the Scottish building sector through the worst crisis in its history, the Construction Industry Coronavirus Forum (CICV Forum) has changed its name to reflect its expanded remit and ongoing collaborative vision for the future. The unique alliance of trade
After a year in which the construction industry in Scotland moved from crisis to recovery and rebuilding, members of the Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum are looking forward to 2022 in a positive frame of mind.
As Scotland prepares for its second coronavirus cold snap, the Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum has urged the sector to focus on health and safety to protect colleagues, customers and families from another winter of discontent. The collective warns that Covid-19 is still a serious thre
Building on the success of COP26, the Construction Industry Coronavirus Forum (CICV Forum) has announced it will be holding a dedicated eco homes festival in 2022, delivering practical assistance and advice to help Scotland become a net zero nation.