In our final round up of the year, let’s take a look at the major movers and shakers in transport and infrastructure for December…
A lot has changed since our last report. Let’s take a look at where the UK’s major projects are now…
We’re approaching an exciting time of year with Halloween, bonfire night and of course the joys of Christmas shopping during a global chip shortage.
Autumn is always a busy time for recruitment and there have seen some big changes in the transport and infrastructure sectors this month.
Summer has flown by, and we are now approaching Autumn, the kids are back to school, and before we know it Christmas will be here!
Summer is finally here, the kids have broken up from school and it seems like just about everyone is on their way to Cornwall and Devon this summer.
What an exciting few weeks it has been watching England progress their way through the Euro’s and knocking out our long-standing rivals after 55 years.
After the gradual easing of restrictions over the past few months, it has been a busy few months for the transport and infrastructure sectors.
A major talking point in the industry lately has been around the squeeze on the availability of building materials, with Capital Economics telling the Financial Times in early June that “materials shortages may start to cap construction activity in the near term”.
The announcement of the Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail is of course the big news in transport and infrastructure this month, in what is probably the biggest shake-up of the UK railway industry in more than 25 years. I’m sure we’ll be seeing some key appointments over the coming year or two on this.