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September 27, 2018

Leeds City Council has chosen BAM Nutall and John Sisk & Sonas as its construction partners to deliver a £120m Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme.

LPTIP (The Leeds public transport investment programme) is part of the long-term Connecting Leeds transport strate...

September 24, 2018

Kier has joined with Western Power Distribution’s framework to deliver planned and reactive works across the East and West Midlands.

After many successes in areas across the Midlands, Kier will deliver excavation, cable laying and reinstatement works, including a 24/7 r...

September 20, 2018

The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has announced £36m UK government funding for clean energy innovation in the construction industry.

More than £36m of UK government funding will be given to Swansea to support cutting-edge building materials which generate electricity, th...

September 17, 2018

Catalyst housing association has increased the number of preferred contractors to deliver its annual building programme of roughly 800 homes.


Catalyst Housing association calculates it will spend between £500m and £900m over the next four years delivering an impressive...

September 10, 2018

A new Construction Plant Operator Trailblazer Apprenticeship has gained approval from the IfA (Institute for Apprenticeships). 

A proposition was devised by an employer-led trailblazer working group supported by the Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA). Follow...

September 6, 2018

Bristol City Council has abandoned plans to build a £123m concert arena in Bristol, in favour of pursuing a mixed housing, hotel and conference centre scheme.

Bristol City Council said it had abandoned the concert arena plans because of the large borrowing needed and fe...

September 3, 2018

Thames Water, the water and wastewater company, is arranging to spend £11.7bn on improving infrastructure, service and efficiency over the 2020-25 period.

All water companies across England and Wales are now proposing their business plans to Ofwat for the years 2020 to...

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