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The Chartered Institution of Water & Environmental Management (CIWEM) is offering free environmental partner grade membership to any delegate attending its national conference. For more information email rbutler@ciwem. org. uk The Professional Contractors Group (PCG) is to carry its legal fight against the government 'stealth tax' - IR35 - to the Court of Appeal later this year.

The appeal follows a High Court ruling that IR35 was not contrary to European law as argued by the PCG.

Taylor Woodrow this week announced group pre-tax profits up 48% to a record £108.8M for the half year and on turnover up 33% to £977.2M. Repositioning of the construction business to focus more on asset management for longer term clients boosted profits in this sector to £5.6M, compared to the £0.6M loss recorded in this period last year. The acquisition of Bryant in March also makes Taylor Woodrow the fourth largest UK house builder and increased its influence in the housing and property market.

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