Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
Established in 1974 by Terry, Colin and Martin Masher, the company has grown from a small family run Carpentry and Joinery business to become a leading and still family run construction company in London.
We have maintained the attention to detail and customer focused philosophy required in bespoke joinery manufacture, retaining that ethos over the last forty years throughout the development of the company, an attitude which has underpinned the company’s ability to continuously deliver successful schemes.
Masher Brothers has established its reputation as a leading construction company working in the private sector and working extensively with local communities, working on occupied refurbishment projects for Local Authorities and Housing associations.
Whether working in the private sector, adding an extension to a property, carrying out a loft conversion to a property or working on local community projects replacing kitchens and bathrooms, our teams always deliver high quality works with minimal disruption to those affected by the works.
We have gained the trust and respect of our clients through the policies and working practices instilled throughout our company. Clients recognise the skill and expertise that Masher Brothers bring when delivering our projects, trusting our honesty, integrity and our commitment to quality.
The world’s first fully-electric, rear-loading refuse collection vehicle (RCV) – the Li-On Power Pro – has been launched by Geesinknorba, offering major savings on emissions and running costs.
The vehicle is the result of a collaboration between the RCV body and lift manufacturer Geesinknorba and Dutch electric chassis specialists Emoss.
Sarah Hughes, chief executive of the Centre for Mental Health, looks at mental health in the workplace and how to work towards long-term change