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NewsMarch 17, 2021
Eviction bans extended
Bailiff enforced evictions banned until 31st May while the commercial evictions ban has been extended for a further three months, to 30th June.
NewsFebruary 19, 2021
$7 trillion a year needed to fight climate change and Covid-19
A new report found that global infrastructure could require at least seven trillion dollars of spending every year to address the growing climate emergency and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
NewsFebruary 15, 2021
Construction falls for first time since the summer
The ONS has revealed that construction output in December 2020 was down 2.9 per cent from November, falling to its lowest level since August.

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FishingApril 9, 2021
Ship Happens: Ever Given and Forgotten
After the Ever Given was finally released from the Suez canal yesterday, Dr Sarah Schiffling and Nikolaos Valantasis Kanellos reveal what this means for global supply chains and how we can better plan against crises in the future
NewsMarch 5, 2021
The Budget 2021: What does it mean for infrastructure?
With a steady slew of leaks over the past week, the latest budget from Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak failed to deliver any shock factor. However, with substantial levels of new funding, and the promise of an ‘investment-led recovery’, this Budget has some positive news for infrastructure. 
NewsFebruary 18, 2021
“10 years of indifference" on UK steel says Stephen Kinnock MP
Stephen Kinnock, MP for Aberavon, speaks to Genevieve Redgrave, WIJ Policy and Publications Editor about how UK steel has been forgotten in the pandemic and the support the industry needs moving forward.

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TransportApril 14, 2021
Delivering local rail projects of the future
In partnership with CPMS Group, Public Policy Projects (PPP) launched its latest infrastructure inquiry on local transport project delivery.
FishingApril 9, 2021
Ship Happens: Ever Given and Forgotten
After the Ever Given was finally released from the Suez canal yesterday, Dr Sarah Schiffling and Nikolaos Valantasis Kanellos reveal what this means for global supply chains and how we can better plan against crises in the future

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