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Skills for a Sustainable Skyline Taskforce labour analysis
The Skills for a Sustainable Skyline Taskforce was established to identify and bridge skill gaps to ensure that Central London has a globally competitive, sustainable, commercial built environment.
It is a three-year project led by the City of London Corporation to boost the supply of skilled workers for sustainable buildings, bringing together employers, training providers and industry bodies from across the commercial built environment sector, as well as national and local government.
For further details and to download the full report, visit the Skills for a Sustainable Skyline Taskforce labour analysis page.
Local Skills Scotland report 2023
Addressing skills gap for local workforce is vital, finds new construction skills report for Scotland
The latest Local Skills Scotland report by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), shows that addressing the skills gap for local workforces is vital to support the country’s construction industry to deliver a built environment that is both energy efficient and sustainable.
For further details and to download the full report, visit the Local Skills Scotland report 2023 page.
CSN Industry Outlook - 2023-2027
Although the UK economy is facing a recession in 2023, an extra 225,000 construction workers may be needed by 2027, according to the latest Construction Skills Network (CSN) report. The report provides insights into the UK construction economy and its future labour needs.
The data it produces highlights forecasted trends and how the industry is expected to change year-on-year, allowing governments and businesses to understand the current climate and plan for the future.
For further details and to download the full report, visit the Construction Skills Network CSN page.
Migration and UK Construction June 2023
After the referendum decision to leave the European Union (EU), CITB worked with industry to develop an evidence base, looking at how and why construction was using migrant workers, the key occupations they were working in and how employers planned to adapt to the new migration regime.
For further details and to download the full report, visit the Migration and UK Construction report page.
Other recent reports
CITB produces a number of reports about construction for policy makers, employers and organisations interested in the industry.