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CIF welcomes new building control laws

The sector’s changes demand forward-thinking legislation

8th November, 2015
The new Bcar regulations are central to construction's future

Building has changed hugely in the last number of years. It’s no longer characterised by a gang of lads, leaning against their shovels, peering into a big hole in the ground. Construction in the 21st century is a highly technical, complex and regulated activity, staffed by qualified and skilled professionals.

Nonetheless, a perception remains in some quarters that construction has stuck with old-school methods, an analogue business in a digital world. For the...

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