Manchester Motorway Could Get Missing Link

The only motorway in England where drivers need to come off to continue their journey could be about to get its missing link.

Lockdown Eases: Where Does this Leave Landowners and Developers?

Barney Hillsdon of Avison Young, speaks about how the COVID-19 lockdown has changed the landscape of the construction industry

UKIS 2020 Webinar Explores Opportunities with HS2

UKIS 2020 and CompeteFor hosted a webinar earlier this week (Wed June 17th, 2020) in partnership with HS2 Ltd, entitled ‘Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure and Supply Chains’.

How Coronavirus is changing the construction industry?

In this feature, Parm Bhangal looks at how the construction industry wants to bring social distancing to building sites.

Plans Submitted for East London Regeneration

Havering Council and Wates Residential have submitted plans for the regeneration of the Waterloo Estate, Romford, East London.

Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure and Supply Chains

UKIS 2020 and CompeteFor Present – Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure and Supply Chains

Chief Planner Publishes Letters on COVID-19

Kevin Stewart and John McNairney have issued letters to outline how the Scottish Government has tackled planning issues

Sector Guidance for Easing Lockdown

New guidance has been published by the Scottish Government to help retailers and manufacturers to consider safely returning to work

£1bn Trans-Pennine Dualling Route Announced

The £1 billion Trans-Pennine dualling transformation has been announced, and reveals the list of improvements Highways England wants to make

Consultants Wanted for Framework

Procure Partnerships are inviting tenders for a professional services framework which is worth £500 million.