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08/02/2016

Chancellor George Osbourne is being urged to press ahead with plans to expand Heathrow Airport, it has been announced. Thirteen of the largest construction firms in the UK have written a letter to Mr Osbourne calling for him to support plans to build a third runway at the airport. The Airports Com
08/02/2016

Construction will continue to grow in 2016 despite 'intensifying' risks within the industry, according to new research. The Construction Products Association's (CPA) latest forecast estimates a 3.6% growth for this year and a 4.1% rise in 2017. Private housing starts will rise 5% in both 2016/17,
08/02/2016

Villages Housing Association (HA) has selected Forrest to deliver a £7 million energy upgrade across five tower blocks in Merseyside. Plans involve installing a new energy efficient biomass heating system to replace storage heaters for the tower blocks in Knowsley. Each biomass energy unit, one 50
08/02/2016

Keepmoat has been appointed for a £22 million estate regeneration programme in Luton. The Marsh Farm three-phase project is a joint venture between the council and the Marsh Farm Steering Group. It involves redeveloping the central area of Marsh Farm, four miles outside of the town centre in Luton
08/02/2016

A Plymouth builder has been handed a suspended prison sentence after working on gas appliances when he was not registered to do so. Richard Copp, of Hillside Avenue, Mutley, pleaded guilty to three breaches of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998. He was given an eight month pris
08/02/2016

IBI Group has been selected to design a new £40.5 million innovation facility in Wales. The Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus (AIEC) is being built at Aberystwyth University. The scheme will involve researchers working in collaboration with the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Rese
08/02/2016

Babcock Rail has been fined after a worker was crushed and injured while carrying out work to a rail track in north-east Wales. The engineering company pleaded guilty for breaches under Section 2(1)of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and was fined £400,000. The court heard how a rail worker
08/02/2016

A £1.8 million resurfacing project is to begin in Devon and Cornwall later today, 08 February. Sections of the A38 and A30 are to be upgraded as part of a three-phase project to improve journeys in the region. Highways England will begin resurfacing a four-mile stretch of the A38 westbound from 7p
05/02/2016

Bouygues is to begin developing a £57 million student accommodation project at the University of Gloucestershire, it has been announced. The company will create a new student village at the university’s Pittville Campus in Cheltenham. The project involves building 577 new student rooms as well ref
05/02/2016

Birmingham City Council has granted approval to build a new £22 million National College for High Speed Rail in the city. Preferred bidder Willmott Dixon will begin developing the new three-storey 5,700 sq m building on the site of the former Birmingham Science Park at Faraday Wharf. Designed by B
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