Rising energy costs are likely to affect timber prices in Q4 and Q1 2023, according to the latest statement from UK’s Construction Leadership Council’s Product Availability working group. Working group co-chairs John Newcomb, CEO of the Builders Merchants Federation, and Peter … Continue reading

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