It is estimated that the value of R&D eligible for tax relief in UK construction is almost £1bn, but the industry has only claimed around £80m.
The deadline is looming for anyone who wishes to send in a submission for consideration in the latest inquiry into business rates.
There is a lot of understandable concern about the implications for the construction industry whether or not a deal is reached by 11pm on 29 March.
It seems pretty much everyone these days is considering an appeal against their business rates bill – even the Queen.
When the new business rates bills for 2019/20 start to land next month, there will be many out there who feel they are shouldering an unfair tax burden.
How many new homes are being built, and what type? New figures released by NHBC, who insure 80% of new homes in the UK, give us a good idea.
A disappointing Christmas pushed some retailers over the edge and we are just weeks away from the next rent quarter day where we could see more casualties.
The stars were out in force last week in Manchester for the Tackle4Mcr campaign. Meanwhile HMRC was busy putting its own plans in place to tackle homelessness.
In a world full of loudly expressed opinions, Ipsos MORI's latest report seeks to inject some evidence into the debate about how we communicate about infrastructure.
We aren't building enough homes, and the National Audit Office is asking why.