Shortage of skilled workers affecting construction in London

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Shortage of skilled workers affecting construction in London

A new report suggest a shortage of skilled workers in the construction industry could be holding back new commercial projects in the capital. 

The joint analysis, from the Property Experts JLL and Construction firm Glenigan, says contractors are being increasingly cautious about what jobs to take on, because of a lack of bricklayers and electricians, among others. 

Helen Gough is from JLL explains more. 

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