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Birmingham City Council has appointed EQUANS to deliver a retrofit project which will serve as a pilot for decarbonising 60,000 properties in the region.
Edward Clarke and Jennie Baker of Lichfields examine the state of play with the Levelling Up & Regeneration Bill as it makes its way through Parliament.
Dave Saville has been appointed as the new Wates regional managing director to support commercial, residential and infrastructure development in the North of England.
Decarbonisation works will make key public buildings across Newcastle more energy efficient with £27m from a government fund, in a partnership between City Council and EQUANS.
HMS celebrates ‘topping out’ at former Allerton Fire and Police Station as the vacant site is transformed into an affordable housing development.
A £1.1m refurbishment project in Manchester will turn historic cottages into affordable homes after being abandoned for almost a decade.
Kier BAM Joint Venture (KBJV) has been appointed by Babcock International Group to support delivery of the Devonport Dockyard refurb project at Devonport’s 10 Dock facility in Plymouth, Devon.
Kier has been appointed to design and construct the mixed-use sustainable commercial development - 135 Park Street Southbank - by Barings and LBS.
The government’s Levelling Up Fund Round 2 has opened for bidding, allowing councils all over the country to bid for funding for projects that improve communities.
Caddick Construction has been appointed to deliver a new £11.4m Manchester social housing scheme, which will be energy-efficient and create work opportunities.
Building new homes that are zero carbon is complicated enough but pales in comparison to the challenge of retrofitting social housing to achieve zero carbon by 2050.
Community and identity are both characteristics of successful, sustainable places - but what do they really mean and how can they be influenced? David Edwards of architects and urban planners Place-Make takes a look.
With a UK-wide commitment to net zero by 2050 and approximately 5.4m traditional buildings in England alone, there is a lot of work needed to upgrade both building fabrics and fittings. Secondary glazing could be the sustainable retrofit solution needed.
Caroline Nokes MP(Romsey and Southampton North) has unveiled the Romsey flood alleviation scheme, which will better protect 127 properties by reducing the risk of flooding from the River Test and surface water.
TfL has announced that the new Barking Riverside Station will open to customers on 18 July, providing quicker and more sustainable journey options.
GRAHAM has completed work on the core of PLATFORM_’s Glasgow build-to-rent Central Quay scheme, which now stands as one of Glasgow’s tallest buildings at 20 storeys (circa 60m high).
The BPF has urged the Government to introduce targeted tax measures to encourage investment in new green technology and town centre regeneration projects.
Homes England has pledged £233m of infrastructure funding to bring to life a new £3.5bn neighbourhood at Silvertown, East London.
The Environment Agency and contractors VolkerStevin have completed work at Busher Walk and Benson and Sandes, creating embankments and flood walls as part of the Kendal Flood Risk Management Scheme and will start new works in the northeast of Kendal.
Norsk Nukleær Dekommisjonering (NND) has selected a joint venture between Jacobs and Multiconsult Norge AS to plan the Norway nuclear decommissioning program, estimated to take six years and cost NOK 1 billion ($100m).
Homes England and Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) have entered into a Strategic Place Partnership, piloting a new model for partnership working between the government’s housing and regeneration agency and local authorities.
The new chair of the government’s Levelling Up Advisory Council has been announced today as Andy Haldane, a former Bank of England chief economist and head of the Levelling Up Taskforce.
DBR Ltd will oversee the creation of boreholes to assess ground conditions around the Parliamentary Estate, informing essential decisions about the Houses of Parliament restoration and renewal.
Kier Property and Housing Growth Partnership have announced a joint venture to develop residential sites across the UK.
Tilbury Douglas, leading UK building, infrastructure, engineering and fit-out company, has begun refurbishment works at the Network Rail Houston Street offices in Glasgow.
Premier Modular has delivered decant classrooms on top of a modular structure as part of a comprehensive refurbishment at Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School in Ickenham.