CITB response to New Challenges, New Chances (547 KB, PDF)
CITB response to DECC Select Committee Inquiry on New Nuclear Build (502 KB, PDF )
CITB response to BIS Select Committee Inquiry - Apprenticeships (401 KB, PDF)
A combined £81 billion worth of renewable energy schemes are now in the pipeline, offering new opportunities to construction firms.
The majority of construction employees are proud to work in the industry, according to a new survey.
A growing number of construction firms are pledging their support to the Infrastructure Carbon Review.
Businesses have warned that a lack of careers information in schools is contributing to skills shortages.
Home-improvers have been urged to carefully research building specialists before hiring them for major projects.
The National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) has named apprentice Ross Bartlett as the CITB/NAS apprentice in final year for 2014.
Building firms have seen their workloads rise at the strongest pace since 1994, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Laing O'Rourke's Alison Lamplough says employers have to help "define and design" apprenticeships that are right for their industry.
The recovery of the house-building sector has revealed skills shortages in key areas, according to the NHBC.
A partnership of employers, supported by CITB, is to lead a trailblazer to improve construction apprenticeships in England.
The number of households receiving Green Deal assessments grew in September, according to the latest official data.
Employers are being urged to offer more work experience placements to young people thinking about joining the industry.