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H&V News - 23 April

Only available in our digital edition, H&V News covers claims from industry sources that sub-contractors are being forced to wait at least six months for payment after completing projects of more than 60 days for interim payments; the Education Funding Agency’s shortlist which includes a total of 37 contractors for its £5bn regional framework for school building and refurbishment projects; a study compiled by TrustMark shows that bad workmanship cost UK homeowners £1.9bn last year.

The latest issue of H&V News is now online to view, with all the latest news, features and interviews, simply register to view.

We take a look at the Institution of Mechanical Engineering’s call for a greater concentration on support and development of energy storage. The publication, Energy Storage: The Missing Link in the UK’s Energy Commitments, includes three recommendations to encourage greater focus on storing energy.

H&V News also covers the latest forecast from the Construction Products Association. The association expects housing and infrastructure to continue to power the construction industry’s growth.

Also only available in our digital magazine is our latest special report on energy efficient buildings. The feature takes a look at building for the future by boosting efficiency.

Don’t miss our Q&A with Remeha Commercial business development manager James Porter.

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