Scottish Building Federation

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Members of the Scottish Building Federation (SBF) have voted in favour of the Consensus Proposal for a new Levy Order to encourage training in the construction industry. 74% of SBF members endorsed the Levy Proposal for 2022 – 2025 put forward by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB)

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The Scottish Building Federation (SBF) has announced Greig MacLeod of Lochgilphead firm MacLeod Construction as its new president. Currently working at the firm set up by his father and late uncle in the 1970s, Greig MacLeod takes up the role immediately replacing Alan Morris of Fourply who has held

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Euan Clark is to join the Contractors Legal Group (CLG) at the Joint Contractors Tribunal (JCT), the Scottish Building Federation (SBF) has confirmed. A commercial director at Ashleigh (Scotland) Limited, Mr Clark has been a director of SBF since earlier this year.

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The Scottish Building Federation (SBF) and the National Federation of Builders (NFB) have announced their support for the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) scheme aimed at rapidly resolving contractual disputes through collaborative working and early intervention.  The onset of the

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A collective group of construction trade bodies led by the Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) has written to Chancellor Rishi Sunak to highlight continued concerns around the Treasury’s policy to cut the rebate on red diesel for construction plant machinery.

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The collaborative organisation fighting to save the construction industry has urged the Scottish Government to adopt a five-point plan to assist contractors through the worst of the COVID-19 crisis. In a letter to Kevin Stewart MSP, minister for local government, housing and planning, the Constructi

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The Scottish Government has issued more guidance on what construction work is considered to be ‘critical’ at the moment but a leading trade body has warned of a two-tiered system due to a disparity of advice across the UK. In recent days, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon advised that const

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