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We are pleased to announce that GLC has completed the vigorous checks & joined CHAS. This body is a highly regarded SSIP. Please log onto the scheme to examine our credentials.  ...
We are pleased to announce that GLC has complete...
Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Greater London Cradles is now CHAS Accredited Contractor

  Greater London Cradles is proud to announce that we have applied and been accepted as a member of the suspended access industry authority, 'SAEMA'. This will help clarify GLC’s voice&...
  Greater London Cradles is proud to ...
Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Greater London Cradles is an approved member of the suspended access industry authority, 'SAEMA'

From September 2015 Greater London Cradles has moved premises from 186 Empire Road, Perivale to Vanguard Business Centre, Alperton Lane, Perivale, Middlesex, UB6 8AA. Not a big move in distance but ...
From September 2015 Greater London Cradles has m...
Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Greater London Cradles Has Changed Address

November was Movember at GLC. Steve & Adam MacCarthy decided that it was about time they did their bit for charity & grow a moustache (as You can see from the photo!)   If you would b...
November was Movember at GLC. Steve & Adam M...
Sunday, 08 December 2013

November was Movember at GLC

The Help to Buy scheme has boosted house building and Tuesday's report suggests demand for commercial property is also on the up. Photograph: Geoffrey Robinson/Rex Features Construction and ret...
The Help to Buy scheme has boosted house buildin...
Tuesday, 05 November 2013

Construction and retail – contrasting perspectives on UK economic recovery | Larry Elliott

The reason for safety procedures: 7 examples of why they are important Health and safety procedures, whilst at times seeming excessive and tedious, are extremely important to modern day businesses. S...
The reason for safety procedures: 7 examples of wh...
Friday, 06 September 2013

The reason for safety procedures: 7 examples of why they are important

The rise in GDP in the third quarter masked a fall in construction. Photograph: Roger Bamber/Alamy Building firms are usually the first into a recession and the fastest out of the blocks when c...
The rise in GDP in the third quarter masked a fa...
Friday, 26 July 2013

UK economy swiftly running out of growth sectors

An increase in house building could be on the cards in certain areas, thanks to new legislation being brought into force by the government that will give social tenants the power to boost house buildi...
An increase in house building could be on the card...
Friday, 26 July 2013

House building powers to be given to tenants

Construction in the UK has stagnated, falling 2.5% in the last quarter. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire/Press Association Images There is a fatalism about the OECD. Listening to officials at the...
Construction in the UK has stagnated, falling 2....
Wednesday, 29 May 2013

The OECD's deficit fatalism will stunt growth – when all we need is houses

Manufacturers' trade body EEF says firms can see an 'order pipeline' for their products but customers remain jittery. Photograph Alamy A later than usual Chinese new year and a bit of snow prev...
Manufacturers' trade body EEF says firms can see...
Friday, 01 March 2013

Manufacturing sector impeded by snow and Chinese new year celebrations

  We have recently had the fortune to hire out a cradle to a production company, who are producing an advert for 'Compare the Market.com', the consumer search engine. The advert revolves aroun
  We have recently had the fortune to hire
Saturday, 30 June 2012
Construction has flatlined since the second quarter of last year. Photograph: Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images In a recovery, construction leads the way. Its a truism of economic analysis t...
Construction has flatlined since the second quar...
Friday, 10 February 2012

Britain isn't building its way out of this downturn