Construction News

Supply Chain Webinar Launches Framework


A new framework worth up to £485 million for decommissioning and asbestos removal will be the focus of a Magnox webinar for suppliers.

Contract Race Launched for Engineering System


HS2 has begun the search for a specialist contractor to deliver the high-tech monitoring systems needed to enable remote supervisory control

Plans Submitted for Apartments in Sheffield


Godwin Developments has submitted plans for a gateway 336-apartment Build-To-Rent (BTR) scheme on the edge of Sheffield city centre.

Superfast Broadband Subsea Works to Start


Works to help improve the connectivity to Scotland’s islands through the R100 North contract are set to start this spring.

Liz Barclay Named as Small Business Commissioner


The Government has announced the name of the new Small Business Commissioner to help spearhead the effort to crackdown on delayed invoices

No Jab, No Job: Danger or Construction Firms


Tina Chander from Wright Hassall has highlighted construction as one of the industries that could see scrutiny due to the COVID Vaccine

Hanover Starts Green Housing


Hanover (Scotland) has received planning permission from Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park for its first social housing development

£500M Support Package for Mobile Coverage


The Government announced it is one step closer to delivering better mobile coverage in rural areas with the publication of the SRN programme

Parliament Restoration Takes a Step Closer


Work to design the complex restoration at the Palace of Westminster is to continue with a renewed focus on vital and essential work after the Houses of Parliament welcomed the publication of a review which underlines the urgent need to restore the building and recommends new approaches to doing so.

CityFibre Extends Infrastructure in the UK


CityFibre has announced that an additional 216 towns and villages are to benefit from a Full Fibre rollout