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Safe return to on-site working raises many questions

Developers are keen to get back to business, with residential sector making up the majority of projects set to restart

17th May, 2020
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Return to work: confidence among builders, lenders and buyers is likely to impact prices

Developers are itching to get back on site, having had to down tools six weeks ago when construction was added to the list of industries that had to stop or limit activities to curb the spread of Covid-19.

The re-opening of sites from tomorrow, albeit on a phased basis, has been roundly welcomed. But, like so many aspects of coping with the pandemic, safely navigating our way forward throws up more questions than answers.

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