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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Bristol City Council taking action against noisy builders

As per the reports, Bristol City Council is taking serious action against the noisy builders, recently a local building contractor was fined after multiple...
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London Oxford Street revamp to be delivered by J Murphy & Sons and the...

London Oxford Street revamp is to be delivered jointly by J Murphy & Sons and the Carey Group, the project worth is £150m. The...
Morgan Sindall gets approval for science block construction at Salford University

Morgan Sindall gets approval for science block construction at Salford University

The construction of Science block at the Peel Park Campus, Salford University got an endorsement to begin with Morgan Sindall planning at the central...

£35m SODA building contract for Manchester Metropolitan University has won by Kier

Kier has won the contract of £35m SODA building for Manchester Metropolitan University, it is a five-storey building with 5,200 sq m which contains...

200 staff were made redundant as glazing contractor crashes

200 staff were told that they were made redundant by letter on Monday by administrators FRP. One of the employes has stated that: “We...

£65m Digital Aviation Research & Technology Centre contract wont by RG Carter

£65m Digital Aviation Research & Technology Centre (DARTeC) of Cranfield University is to be built by RG Carter. DARTeC includes Saab, Aveillant, BOXARR &...
Balfour Beatty wins major M58 link road job

Balfour Beatty wins major M58 link road job

Balfour Beatty has won the job to design major M58 link road in Wigan Borough. Wigan Council gave the responsibility to Balfour Beatty to...

High Speed Rail College changes track

Within 18 months of operations, the National College for High Speed Rail has developed a ‘new vision’ to widen its remit from just trains...

Go-ahead for Leeds Victoria Gate centre hotel

Developer Hammerson has the look inexperienced lightweight for a brand new 205-bed building next to its Victoria Gate retail store in the city. The...
Water wellbeing centre sanctioned with £250m in Manchester

Water wellbeing centre sanctioned with £250m in Manchester

The council planners of Trafford have agreed to build the UK’s first city-based wellbeing resort in Manchester. The estimated £250m Therme Manchester scheme might...

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