Promotion

Promoting the value of infrastructure to the Welsh economy and seeking increased investment is a key priority for CECA Wales – both for the benefit of members and, more broadly, for the economy of Wales, a resilient environment and high social value.  We continuously work to raise the profile of CECA Wales amongst clients, politicians and policy makers and we inform and influence policy making wherever and whenever we can.

Much of our work involves submitting evidence to Welsh and UK Government Committees – both written and verbal. Over the last 12 months we have submitted evidence to the following committees:

  1. National Infrastructure Commission for Wales : Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee
  2. Wales and Borders Rail Franchise : Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee
  3. Supporting People on Low Incomes : Equalities and Communities Committee
  4. The Status of the Welsh Baccalaureate : Children, Young People and Education Committee

We also produce regular briefings, articles and a blog on important and topical issues which affect the infrastructure sector,

Life, Death and Taxes – the joy of Reverse Charge VAT!
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This afternoon we held a seminar for our members to introduce them to the latest developments in the world of taxation, employment law and occupational health.  It was aimed at HR Managers, Payroll Managers, Financial Managers, Senior Managers, Managers, Directors and anyone responsible for finance, taxation and payroll issues within their organisations. Gerry Lean of

CECA Wales Leadership Challenge 2018
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Last Thursday and Friday a number of our younger CECA Wales members came together at Cwrt y Gollen Army Camp in Crickhowell to test their leadership and teamworking abilities at CECA Wales’ annual “Leadership Challenge”. The “Challenge”, which we’ve been developing in partnership with the Armed Forces, and is in its second year, is designed

CECA Wales – Securing the Welsh workforce of the future!
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A big thanks to our CECA Wales members for supporting the Skills Cymru event held in Cardiff last week (I promise we’ll be up in Llandudno next year too!). Skills Cymru is an annual opportunity for school pupils, their parents and teachers, from the north, middle and south of Wales to meet with employers across