Dec 18, 2018 Last Updated 11:34 AM, Dec 18, 2018
With the much-publicised General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect this month, the public sector is facing a range of challenges to ensure compliance in time for the deadline, writes Mike McEwan, UK CEO of SaaS-based GDPR solution ICONFIRM.
Stirling Prize-winning architect firm Stanton Williams has completed a £21.5m expansion for Cambridge Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, demonstrating the practice’s expertise in unlocking the potential of complex sites, and creating a versatile hub for post-graduate and executive business education.
Although the news that Carillion has been wound up by the court is not unexpected, given the recent coverage in the press, the full impact of its liquidation will come as a surprise to key creditors, stakeholders and employees.
The UK economy has slowed significantly in the last few months, with the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) revising national growth down from 2% at the start of the year to 1.5% in the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget in November, writes Lynn Gibson, Director at Gibson…
Phoenix Software, a leading IT supplier to the public sector, and global tech giant VMware have recently revealed that housing associations are struggling to effectively store and manage data, affecting how well they deliver services for citizens.
The demand for social housing in the UK continues to grow at a much faster rate than its current level of supply. Figures from Shelter suggest that there are more than 1.8 million households waiting for a social home and this situation is becoming even…
Whether we like it or not, Brexit is happening. But over a year since the Referendum, uncertainty still surrounds the free movement of people, says Tsige Berhanu of Keystone Law.
In its recent post-general election statement, the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) calls on the Government not to allow the uncertainties around Brexit and the hung Parliament to delay infrastructure projects. The NIC also set out its top 12 major infrastructure priorities including HS2 and HS3,…
Award-winning business recovery and insolvency specialist, Gibson Hewitt, is warning construction businesses to be cautious about the relationships they build with businesses that operate as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV).

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