News from CECA NW, 4 March 2020

Highlights include:

  • Oliver Tolputt, CECA NW Chairman – elected Vice Chairman of CSF
  • CBI: Walk away if risk share isn’t fair
  • No plan to tackle retentions despite industry calls for ban
  • IR35 – Chancellor promises enforcement will not be “heavy handed”
  • NIC says that 2020 must be year of action on infrastructure
  • Six firms to share £2.5bn Virgin Media civils works
  • Lakes College to launch civils training centre
  • Sellafield and Project 13
  • Land deal struck for Eden Project North
  • Peel: First waste plastic to hydrogen plant approved for Ellesmere Port
  • Liverpool JMU civils students seeking placements

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