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Scaffolding Association reaches 400 members

Membership growth at the Scaffolding Association has continued steadily in 2020 and now stands at just over 400. The association’s membership is represented by scaffolding contractors, suppliers, service providers and designers.  Growth has been particularly notable amongst contractors with the number of Assessed and Audited

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Audited Membership the way forward for Ducker & Young

With an experienced management team and robust procedures at the heart of the day-to-day business operation, Ducker & Young decided to go for Audited Membership of the Scaffolding Association to verify those procedures and put themselves in a position to be considered for new tender

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Construction Extraordinaire

A façade display support scaffold was constructed by the Masons Scaffolding team to announce the re-opening of Louis Vuitton’s flagship store on New Bond Street, in London. The very exacting and complex drilled scaffold framing configuration was completed for Castletech Group. Masons Scaffolding carried out

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Applications are open for the Mates in Mind Impact Awards 2020

Our partners Mates in Mind are hosting the 2020 Impact Awards to celebrate their supporters’ contributions to improving mental health within their workplaces and across the wider sector.  The awards highlight the impact of both large and SME organisations across the UK, as well as

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Do you have employees living in Wales?

As of 6 April 2019, people living in Wales could pay a different rate of Income Tax compared to people in other parts of the UK. This may affect scaffolding companies who have a PAYE Settlement Agreement (PSA), or plan to enter into one. Record

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Mixed news from Builders’ Conference

After more than 18 months of unbroken and unprecedented stability, the fluctuations in demand experienced over the past three months have been strange. That’s according to data collected by Builders’ Conference on behalf of Build UK. Against a backdrop of political upheaval and economic uncertainty,

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ONS issues construction output figures

Construction output increased by 0.6% in Quarter 3 (July to September) 2019. This growth was driven by a rise in new work of 1.4% but offset slightly by a fall in repair and maintenance of 0.8%. In new work, most sectors saw an increase with private

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