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As greater powers are devolved from Westminster, the ECA is engaging with the Welsh Government, civil servants, and Assembly Members to ensure that the best interests of electrical and other building services contractors in Wales are recognised.

The Building Regulations, which contain the rules to make new and altered buildings safe and reduce environmental impact, were devolved to Wales at the end of 2011. The ECA has been active in working with the Welsh Government, both before and after the powers were devolved, to positively influence the regulations.

In addition, the ECA continues to work with Welsh politicians and SEC Group on issues including pre-qualification, prompt payment and retentions.

Survey: Positive results for ECA member businesses for Q1 2017

Survey: Positive results for ECA member businesses for Q1 2017

26 May 2017

A breakdown of ECA specific and regional results

New Partnership supports young leaders of tomorrow

New Partnership supports young leaders of tomorrow

17 May 2017

The Electrical Industries Charity is proud to announce its partnership with the ECA’s Power Players initiative – which will involve g a scholarship grant to the winners.

Is Smart really Smart? Event slides now available

Is Smart really Smart? Event slides now available

17 May 2017

The recent BSRIA and ECA event – ‘Is Smart really Smart?’ – gave attendees a valuable insight into the issues emerging from new technology in buildings and how we can use the information to improve building efficiency and the broader built environment.

UK Construction Week 2017

UK Construction Week 2017

10 Oct 2017 00:00

ECA are official partners and exhibitors at Energy & Smart Buildings 2017 - part of UK Construction Week.