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Analysis. A Challenging Agenda

The Government has set a challenging agenda for the construction industry, with a plethora of initiatives, which even Construction Minister Nick Raynsford has described as ‘almost too many - some might say an overload of initiatives’. However, they have, in his view been necessary to begin the long process of modernising the construction industry following the Latham and Egan reports. Kathy Stansfield