North Yorkshire developer, Newby has submitted plans to Newcastle City Council for a £250 million urban village to be built on the former Calders cite on Skinnerburn Road, Newcastle.
Kier has partnered with Western Power Distribution’s framework to deliver planned and reactive works across the East and West Midlands.
SES Engineering Services (SES), has announced its latest multi-million-pound projects to construct a new stadium and leisure complex in York and custody suite in Lincoln.
Caddick Construction is aiming to become a single-use plastic free workforce, by shifting to reusable water bottles across the company
Nottingham City Council’s Planning Committee has approved one of Nottingham’s grade A office schemes, known as 11 Station Street
A lack of skilled roofers has led Marley Eternit to create an easy to install aluminium sheeting that can be rolled out on a roof like a carpet
Edinburgh is due to outstrip Glasgow within the next 15 years to become Scotland’s biggest city, the chief executive of the Scottish capital’s council has said.
Mace has been appointed to build the next major phase of the East Village development at London’s Olympic Park after using its innovative rising factory method on the previous phase
The value of new contracts across construction reached £6bn in August, a monthly increase of 28.9%, according to Barbour ABI’s latest market review
Kier Group’s end of financial year report reveals that revenues have climbed to £4.5bn, with record order books of £10.2bn, as the construction giant details its plan to cut its £375m debt
The government has commissioned a review of the structure of the railway network operating in the UK, following persistent failures of train operating companies
Theresa May has told housing associations they have £2bn worth of investment over the next 10 years in order to help ease the housing crisis
The plans to build 200 new homes using modern methods of construction (MMC) in Leyland were approved by South Ribble Borough Council last week with work set to start on the greenfield site later this year
Phase two of the £163m Community Housing Fund launched on 17 September for community-led groups to drive forward their ambitions for delivering new affordable housing schemes across England up to 31 March 2020