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23/07/2021

Plans for the £260 million Upper Trinity Street cultural, commercial and residential scheme in Digbeth have been given the green light. Birmingham City Council approved the plans which were submitted by Cole Waterhouse. The landmark 5.11 acre development will see the existing industrial land tran
23/07/2021

Updated plans designed to maximise the regeneration benefits of the Perry Barr Residential Scheme in Birmingham have been detailed in a Revised Full Business Case (RFBC) Update due before Cabinet on July 27. Following last year's announcement the scheme will not have a temporary first use as the Bi
23/07/2021

Willmott Dixon has partnered with Wates Residential through the Gascoigne estate regeneration scheme. The companies joined forces to breathe new life into the gardens at Barking Learning Centre. Working with Be First, Barking and Dagenham Council's regeneration company, the companies are regenerat
23/07/2021

The Youth Council's plans for a new Urban Youth Room have been given the go-ahead. The High Streets for All Challenge is an initiative announced by the Mayor of London which invites local partnerships to bring forward and co-design innovative high street recovery strategies and proposals. The su
23/07/2021

Maidenhead Community Centre has moved to new premises. The centre had been based in the King George VI building in York Road, Maidenhead and has now moved to 4 Marlow Road nearby. Its new site is situated next to Kidwells Park and provides over 6,000 sq ft of space, dedicated facilities - includin
23/07/2021

The decline in construction apprenticeships threatens the Prime Minister’s levelling-up agenda, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the FMB, said: "2,000 fewer new apprenticeships is the opposite of what is needed to tackle the critical skills short
23/07/2021

Work has commenced on a programme of schemes to further improve accessibility across Seaburn, Sunderland. The Seaburn Dene Access for All scheme is currently underway, creating dropped crossings in the area to give pedestrians safe places to cross roads. The new crossings are being put in place to
23/07/2021

A public consultation has launched on major future infrastructure plans for Oxfordshire. The Oxfordshire Infrastructure Strategy (OxIS) provides a framework for Oxfordshire County Council, Oxfordshire's five planning authorities and key partners to establish strategic infrastructure investment prio
23/07/2021

Robertson has teamed up with Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) to support green recovery and help transform the construction of public and private sector projects across the country. Scotland's environmental regulator has formed a three-year partnership with one of the largest family-ow
23/07/2021

SOCOTEC UK has acquired rotary drilling specialists TOR Drilling. With a turnover of £140 million and over 1,700 employees, the UK is the second most important geographical platform in the SOCOTEC Group after France. TOR Drilling is the fifth acquisition made by SOCOTEC UK since 2017. Based in Gl
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