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Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Draft bill with chief inspector of buildings is underway, for the first time this year

Draft bill with chief inspector of buildings is underway, for the first time this...

The Government of the UK is appointing it’s first-ever national Chief Inspector of Buildings this year. The development is put forward to...
£250m construction and refurbishment framework

Glasgow university framework worth £250m includes Morgan Sindall in construction

The University of Glasgow will soon undergo a new £250m construction and refurbishment framework. Under this new framework, Morgan Sindall Construction is...
Laing O’Rourke signs contract worth £60m at White City

Laing O’Rourke uses tower crane lifts and reduces long climbing works

Laing O’Rourke-owned Select Plant is using tower crane lifts as a new lift system. The crane operators apply this system on the...
Prime Minister requests to build 30,000 retirement homes

Boris Johnson announces £1bn fund for building 50 new schools

The Prime Minister of the UK said that the release of £1bn to construct 50 school building projects is under way in...
BoKlok to construct 1,000 housing association homes

Skanska and IKEA gets approval for Bristol homes

The BoKlok UK joint venture which is owned by Skanska and IKEA has been given planning aproval for its first housing development...
The building plan with £1.4bn funding

Liverpool intends to spend £1.4bn on building plan post-covid recovery

Liverpool is foreseeing the situation of post-recovery from covid-19. The building plan with £1.4bn funding is on the top agenda by improving...
Murphy to reinstate full pay from August

Murphy to reinstate full pay from August

Murphy has confirmed the decision to reinstate full pay for workers from August 1 after the firm is now performed well during...
Galliford Try and United Living to lay Tottenham Hale towers

Galliford Try and United Living to lay Tottenham Hale towers

The successful contract to build Tottenham Hale towers is backed by Galliford Try and United Living. The duo started working from yesterday...
Green light for gradual return to work in Scotland

Green light for gradual return to work in Scotland

Scotland’s first minister has granted the approval for the construction workers to gradually return to the work. The next phase in Scotland’s...
North London housing regeneration scheme approved

North London housing regeneration scheme approved

Brent Council’s first virtual planning committee has approved the new £161m North London housing regeneration scheme at Kilburn. Housing association Home Group,...

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