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Industry survey: workforce supply and quality..

This survey aims to understand the current landscape and critical challenges facing businesses in the industry.

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Signs of stabilisation in building approvals..

Quarterly residential building approvals continue to be sluggish into the third quarter of 2019, despite modest a increase for September.

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Hot works exclusions: not all contract works..

One coverage difference that can lead to uninsured losses is in relation to welding or ‘hot works’.

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Industry survey: workforce supply and quality requirements for Victoria

The Office of the Victorian Skills Commissioner (OVSC), in partnership with the Industry Workforce Development Group (IWDG), is seeking input from all businesses...

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Signs of stabilisation in building approvals during September

Despite the persistent quarterly falls, the consecutive increases in building approvals for August and September, and with the recent rise in the median house price...

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Housing and Country Sector Group Councillor election – have your say

Master Builders Victoria invites eligible members to participate in the 2019 election of the Housing sector group and Country sector group Councillors for the Master...

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Hot works exclusions: not all contract works and liability policies are the same

Construction insurance policies are very different from one insurer to another, providing very different levels of cover.

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CEO Rebecca Casson stresses importance of using registered builders and...

On Channel 10 News last night, CEO Rebecca Casson spoke positively about the overall good reputation of the building and construction industry, condemning the reported...

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Victorian building approvals remain sluggish despite monthly increase

While Victoria saw monthly increases in residential building approvals in June, this remains insufficient to offset the falling quarterly and yearly rates.

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