Posts Tagged ‘construction’

Catterick villagers invited to discuss new £6m flood protection scheme

Comments Off | 03-3-2016

Construction of a £6 million water storage reservoir to protect Catterick Village and the A1 motorway from flooding will start this Spring.
Details of the Environment Agency scheme, which is jointly funded with Highways England and North Yorkshire County Council, will be outlined at a public drop-in meeting at the Booth Memorial

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Ministers call on construction industry to invest and build home grown talent

Comments Off | 02-1-2016

Ministers have today (1 February 2016) called upon the construction industry to remove barriers to get more young people to consider careers in construction and develop an ambitious action plan to address the skills pressures and other constraints that are limiting housebuilding and infrastructure development.
Housing Minister Brandon Lewis and Skills Minister Nick Boles want the

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Planned roadworks in and around the M25: weekly summary for Monday 14 August to Sunday 20 September

Comments Off | 09-15-2015

M4 junction 4b (M25), Middlesex: Carriageway repair
Work to improve journeys by carrying out repairs will start this week. The west and east bound link roads to the M25 clockwise will be closed overnight, between 10pm and 5am, on Thursday 17 September. A clearly signed diversion will be in place via the M25 anti-clockwise to junction

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Growth Programme: £8 million funding for rural businesses

Comments Off | 09-2-2015

Rural businesses across the country looking to expand will be able to benefit from new funding worth over £8 million which will help unlock the huge potential for growth in the countryside, Farming Minister George Eustice announced today.
From rural events such as Latitude festival to farms shops, a range of rural businesses looking to expand

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Civil Service Fast Stream continues its commitment to diversity

Comments Off | 09-2-2015

The Fast Stream continues to strive towards a Civil Service that accurately reflects the diversity of the society it serves and welcomes the best and brightest talent regardless of background or circumstance. You can read case studies about the experiences of graduates from different backgrounds and working in the Civil Service Fast Stream. The case

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Webinars, e-learning, emails and videos on employing people

Comments Off | 09-2-2015

Webinars and videos
Live webinars last for an hour. You can ask questions during the presentation and get answers from the HMRC host.
Register and log in at least 5 minutes before the start time, for live webinars.
You don’t need to register to watch the YouTube videos.
Getting started as an employer
Registering with HMRC, taking on your first employee, running

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Consultation to identify £13.5m of savings launched

Comments Off | 09-2-2015

As part of wider government action on deficit reduction, the Secretary of State for Justice, Michael Gove, has required the YJB to make £12m (5%) savings from its 2015/16 budget.
The £12m required is in addition to a deficit the YJB already has in its 2015/16 budget as a result of earlier cuts. Efficiency measures already

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The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act is here

Comments Off | 09-2-2015

The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act has now received Royal Assent and is expected to be implemented to the timescales set out below.
The measures that affect companies aim to:

reduce red tape whilst increasing the quality of information on the public register
enhance transparency and ensure the UK is seen as a trusted and fair place to

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New charity investigation: Fatimiyya Trust

Comments Off | 09-2-2015

The Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has opened a statutory inquiry into Fatimiyya Trust (registered charity number 1118447). The inquiry was opened on 1 July 2014 but commission engagement with the trustees/charity did not commence until March 2015 due to the involvement of another agency. This press release has been

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Chancellor pledges £1 million for a new helicopter for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance

Comments Off | 09-2-2015

The Chancellor has pledged £1 million towards funding a new helicopter for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, whilst visiting the charity with Yorkshire and England opening batsman Geoffrey Boycott.
The funding will ensure the air ambulance can continue to cover the whole of Yorkshire, providing a critical care service across the region as part of its 999 emergency

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