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Our latest research has found that just over half of British holidaymakers polled base the architecture and historical buildings located in a destination as part of the appeal of visiting. The Eiffel Tower, The Empire State Building and The Egyptian Pyramids were revealed as the most iconic global constructions.
Results of our survey show that 52% of British tourists find the architecture and historical buildings are part of the main appeal of visiting a destination, and 23% of survey …Read more
Sir Tom Hunter joins Lyndon Wood for Episode two of Fortune Hunter
Serial entrepreneur and Scotland's first home-grown billionaire, Sir Tom Hunter, will be flex-ing his business advisory muscle on Tuesday 26 May, appearing as a special guest on new SKY TV show, Fortune Hunter.
Glasgow born, Sir Tom, who first made his fortune selling retail brand Sports Division to JJB Sports for £290m in 1998, joins Fortune Hunter show host, Lyndon Wood, in discussing the importance of mentoring …Read more
Sister company of constructaquote.com and part of the Moorhouse Group; Xbroker are set to open a new office in central London following ongoing growth and success.
The Moorhouse Group underwriting department has been growing from strength to strength resulting in the need to expand.
The new office at 107 Leadenhall is situated between the prestigious Gherkin and Leadenhall Building, nicknamed the Cheesegrater and will open on May 18th.
Not only will Xbroker open an office in London, but more …Read more
Two trade organisations who represent UK contractors have confirmed that they will merge in order to provide a stronger voice for the construction industry.
The National Specialist Contractors’ Council (NSCC) and the UK Contractors Group (UKCG) are set to join forces upon confirming their plans to proceed with their partnership.
The two bodies, are set to formally vote on the merger next month (June ‘15) with the combined organisation will commence from September 1st ‘15. …Read more
Our new research has revealed that almost three quarters of polled construction workers in the UK have had personal or work items stolen at their place of employment. Furthermore, five percent of workers polled admitted that they had directly witnessed a theft at their workplace.
We polled a total of 2,193 UK-based construction workers as part of the study. Each worker was aged 21 and over, employed in one of a range of various construction industries and had worked within the construction …Read more