Monday, June 17, 2019

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Crossrail to open by March 2021 but without Bond Street station

Crossrail’s new leadership team has produced a new plan to get the delayed project finished and start rail operations under central London sometime between October 2020 and March 2021.

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Ilke factory wins NHBC buildmark

Ilke Homes aims to deliver 2,000 modular homes a year, rising to 5,000 annually within the next five years, through its new factory which opened in Yorkshire last November.

NFB unviels its MCG MkII

Latest addition to the merry-go-round of industry lobby groups coming and going is the Major Contractors Group. If you think you have heard of this...
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Green light for £1bn Purfleet regeneration

Thurrock Council has given planning approval for a £1bn regeneration project in Purfleet that includes the construction of thousands of new homes and a new town centre.

Green light for Aberdeen road improvements

Aberdeen City Council has approved road and transport works totalling £10.6m, boosted by £2.5m of additional funding.

Thirteen thousand UK construction companies in ‘significant financial distress’

Insolvency specialist Begbies Traynor claims that there has been a 10% increase in the number of construction companies in financial distress over the past year.

Brexit threat fails to stifle plant growth

With the UK teetering on the edge of Brexit, Margo Cole travelled to Peterborough to find out what might lie ahead for the UK’s construction equipment industry

NFB unviels its MCG MkII

Latest addition to the merry-go-round of industry lobby groups coming and going is the Major Contractors Group. If you think you have heard of this...

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