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Inspirational result…

AR Demolition named among “1,000 companies to inspire Britain”. AR Demolition been named in a prestigious report celebrating the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The ‘1000 Companies To Inspire Britain’ report is released annually by the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) and 2018 is the fifth year it has […]

Giving ex-offenders a (prison) break…

Businesses urged to give ex-offenders a ‘leg up’ by employing them. Businesses are to be offered financial incentives if they employ ex-offenders under ambitious new plans being unveiled by the justice secretary. According to a report from Sky News, the inmate education and employment strategy will give individual prison governors full autonomy to tailor their […]

Ousted…!

NFDC President succumbs to internal war of attrition. The National Federation of Demolition Contractors (NFDC) has announced that embattled President Paul Brown has resigned. Despite having the vocal support of several of the Federation’s regions and many of its individual members, Brown’s presidency has been beset by a series of attempts to oust him, including […]

Seeking to give something back…

NFDC Region presses for members to receive more value. Although the members of the National Federation of Demolition Contractors are preparing themselves for what threatens to be a tempestuous Annual General meeting, the Federation’s senior officers have another hurdle to overcome first with a meeting of the National Council on Thursday. And one of the […]

Day of the long knives…

Infighting continues ahead of National Federation of Demolition Contractors’ Annual General Meeting.

London mayor proposes further planning obstacle…

Sadiq Khan proposes giving residents right to veto demolition. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has published the first-ever City Hall guide to estate regeneration in London, setting out how he will protect social housing. He proposes mandatory ballots of residents for schemes where any demolition is planned as a strict condition of his funding. […]

Trouble in Paradise…

NFDC rocked by sudden regional resignation. The London & Southern Counties region of the National Federation of Demolition Contractors has been plunged into disarray following the sudden and unexpected resignation of vice chairman Matt Phillips of Downwell Demolition. Although Phillips refuses to be drawn on the specific reasons for his shock resignation, DemolitionNews understands that […]

Rebranding reflects John F Hunt diversification…

Contractor changes name to reflect breadth of expertise. John F Hunt Demolition is changing its name as the specialist firm evolves into a main enabling works contractor. From next month the £100 million-a-year turnover company will just be known as John F Hunt Ltd. Hunt has seen the work it undertakes expand rapidly beyond just […]

Battling Baltimore’s blight…

Governor pledges $75 million to demolish vacant homes. Governor Larry Hogan stood on a blighted street in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of West Baltimore, a demolition crew ready to get to work. He had heard residents’ calls for action on the vacant rowhouses that pockmark the city, he said. Now he was pledging $75 million to […]

Breaking News – Woman struck by falling plasterboard…

Police investigate following incident at Glasgow’s Queen Street station. A woman has been struck by a section of falling plasterboard at Queen Street Station in Glasgow. The plasterboard is believed to have collapsed from the ceiling next to the ticket desk and struck a female passenger. LOcal newspaper reports suggest that the protective structure is […]

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