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CECA: Government Decision To Delay VAT Changes “Tremendous News” For Industry

CECA has hailed the Government’s decision to delay potentially damaging VAT changes for construction companies, announced late on Friday (6 September), as “tremendous news” for industry. Reverse charge VAT was due to come into force from 1 October 2019. However, the Government has announced its decision to delay implementation until 1 October 2020 after a coalition

New Rules On Prompt Payment Come Into Force

New rules designed to make sure government suppliers pay their bills on time have come into force. The rules, which came in on September 1, mean all government suppliers must pay 95 per cent of their invoices within 60 days or run the risk of losing out on major government contracts. This will be particularly

CSCS Ends Exemption To Health, Safety & Environment Test Requirement

CSCS has ended an exemption CSCS card applicants could previously use to get a CSCS card without passing the Construction Industry Training Board’s (CITB) Health, safety and environment test. In most cases, to get a CSCS card, an applicant must: Hold a recognised construction related qualification (usually an NVQ or SVQ) Pass the CITB Health,

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CECA Wales: UK Government’s Lack Of Commitment To North Wales “Hugely Disappointing”
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Civils contractors today said that the lack of a real commitment to North Wales in the Government’s response to the Welsh Committee’s report on the suspension of nuclear works at Wylfa Newydd is “hugely disappointing.” Chair of the Welsh Affairs Select Committee David T.C. Davies MP has criticised the Government’s response for offering nothing but

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CECA: Government Decision To Delay VAT Changes “Tremendous News” For Industry
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CECA has hailed the Government’s decision to delay potentially damaging VAT changes for construction companies, announced late on Friday (6 September), as “tremendous news” for industry. Reverse charge VAT was due to come into force from 1 October 2019. However, the Government has announced its decision to delay implementation until 1 October 2020 after a coalition

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New Rules On Prompt Payment Come Into Force
Blog |

New rules designed to make sure government suppliers pay their bills on time have come into force. The rules, which came in on September 1, mean all government suppliers must pay 95 per cent of their invoices within 60 days or run the risk of losing out on major government contracts. This will be particularly

ICE South Branch – QT Debate: Ageing Infrastructure – A 21st Century Challenge
Southern
26 September 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
University of Portsmouth, Portland Building, Portsmouth PO1 3A
CECA YH Excavations Training – EUSR Category 5 – 2 Day Course
Yorkshire & The Humber
26 September 2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
VP Groundforce, Worksop
CECA Rail Forum
National
19 September 2019
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