Transport & Infrastructure

Big Business Drive EV Infrastructure Demand

Demand for electric vehicles, and the infrastructure to support them has been quiet, which can often be the case with new technology.

Housing Development Conditionally Approved

Stirling Council have given provisional approval to plans to build 800 new homes near Bannockburn by Tulloch Homes and Persimmon Homes

Prime Minister announces ambitious infrastructure building reforms

The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced a raft of radical reforms to the planning system as part of efforts to make it easier to build better homes where people want to live.

Consultation for Lower Thames Crossing

Highways England have announced that they are to host an online exhibition with interactive maps and videos as part of a new consultation

Work Starts on Phase Two of Bury Scheme

Construction work is set to begin on the second phase of a multi-million-pound scheme to reduce flooding to more than 800 homes & businesses

New and Updated Plans for A428

New and improved routes for walkers and cyclists are among changes in the design of one of the UK’s biggest road projects.

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.

15 Year Vision to Revolutionise Construction

A digital revolution in the construction sector has the ability to dramatically increase productivity and save billions of pounds.

Work Starts on Mixed Use Scheme

Work has begun on a mixed-use development, which will produce 1,300 homes and hundreds of jobs opportunities, in Innsworth near Gloucester.

Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Agreement

The CCS is supporting the drive toward a low carbon economy by making it easier for the public sector to buy vehicle charging infrastructure.