Demand for housing, commercial premises and infrastructure means the construction sector has strong growth prospects. But, with it facing a number of challenges, it's essential to ensure firms have the right insurance in place.
Certainly after a tough recession, the sector has much to cheer.
The government has pledged to see a million new residential properties built by 2020 and, by removing planning rules on brown field sites and introducing initiatives such as the National Infrastructure
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