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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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Plumbing and heating sector trade body the Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation (SNIPEF) marked World Plumbing Day yesterday by highlighting the young people who represent the industry’s future. (from left) Cameron Clark – Dundee & Angus College &nd

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Scotland’s leading trade body for plumbing and heating professionals has renewed its call for Government support to prioritise funding for apprenticeships and support for upskilling following the release of details on the UK’s new immigration system that takes effect on 1st January 2021.

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Scotland’s plumbing and heating trade body has met MPs as part of its continuing campaign to amend pensions legislation. The Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation (SNIPEF) has been pushing for changes to the Plumbing and Mechanical Services (UK) Industry Pension Sc

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After the release of a survey which revealed the tragic human cost of payment abuse in the construction industry, the head of a trade association has called for action to outlaw practices which are damaging individuals as well as businesses. Fiona Hodgson, chief executive of the Scottish and Norther

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SNIPEF CEO Fiona Hodgson outlines Section75 pensions issue facing some plumbers. The road to hell is paved with good intentions which, in the case of the current situation with the Plumbing Pensions Scheme, is having a devastating impact on our industry and many of the people within it across the UK

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Scotland’s top plumbing apprentices completed a near-sweep at last week’s WorldSkills UK competition, with two of the four award winners up for selection to contest for international glory in China in 2021. Moray College student Connor Cruden, of Garry Cowie Plumbing and Heating, receive

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A Scottish trade body has urged Scotland Excel to insist on the use of project bank accounts (PBAs) for its new £1.5 billion social housing construction framework. Speaking after Scotland Excel’s recent Glasgow conference, Fiona Hodgson, CEO of the Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing

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