Sports, Culture & Leisure

£100 million Bicester Project Begins

The first phase of the £100 million new advanced manufacturing and technology community at Catalyst Bicester in Oxfordshire is set to begin

Work Starts at National Portrait Gallery

Gilbert-Ash has announced that it has embarked on a historic project to frame the redevelopment of the National Portrait Gallery

New Leisure Facility for Ayr

Work has started to develop a new leisure centre in Ayr following on from South Ayrshire Council’s appointment of hub South West,

Wates Wins Second Phase of Camden Scheme

Wates Construction has been appointed to deliver the latest phase in a three-phased regeneration project close to Abbey Road in Camden

Towns and Cities in a Post COVID World

James Cook from Blacks Solicitors shares his thoughts on how recent planning changes will impact our towns and cities in a post COVID world

Government Funding Unlocks New Homes

A new funding package worth £83 million from the Government has been agreed to accelerate the delivery of 3,000 new homes at Fairham

£10M Transformation of Hexam Bunker Begins

The redevelopment of a former nuclear bunker, which will create 60 new permanent jobs on the outskirts of Hexam, has begun. Led by Newcastle-based Union Property Development Ltd, the £10M project will deliver a 60-room Travelodge, a Lidl food store and a 250-space car park on the vacant 5.5 acre

TfL Starts Upgrade on Major Cycle Route

Transport for London has begun construction work on a major new 4.7 km upgraded cycle route in South West London

Homes Boost as Sites in Harrogate Acquired

Homes England, the UK Government’s housing agency, has acquired two development sites in Harrogate, unlocking more than 800 new family homes.