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)
Ministers have welcomed new data which shows that a growing number of Britons are signing up for apprenticeships.
Building firms have been urged to make the most of the skills which female workers can offer, by supporting a new Government campaign.
A new innovation fund has been launched in the construction sector, to enhance health and safety standards.
An additional 44,000 jobs will be created in the construction sector every year between now and 2019, according to the CITB.
CITB's Head of Economic Analysis Geeta Nathan looks at the 2015-2019 Construction Skills Network Report.
New apprenticeships are set to be created as part of major plans to invest in tunnelling and underground construction skills.
SkillBuild Carpentry judge Dave Elliot is to retire from the competition after more than three decades of assessing apprentices.
400 apprentices have now been appointed to work on the Crossrail project.
Chief Executive Adrian Belton outlines why CITB's new board is excellent news for the construction industry.
Plans to reform the CDM Regulations should save businesses millions of pounds, the Government believes.
The number of domestic construction projects could rise this year, with homeowners reporting a growing appetite for property improvements.
Building firms should aim to support the roll-out of sustainable property solutions, according to the new boss of the UK Green Building Council.