Transport & Infrastructure

Catch net installed to soffit of Millennium Bridge to facilitate planned maintenance work

Millennium Bridge in central London is closed from 16 October until 5 November for planned repair works that will require a 250-m-long debris net installed on the soffit.

Graham appointed as lead contractor on Western Growth Corridor for City of Lincoln Council

Graham has been appointed by the City of Lincoln Council to design and deliver crucial elements of the Western Growth Corridor development.

LED lighting upgrade works at Oxford Circus station completed

Customers at Oxford Circus station are now benefiting from a more efficiently lit station as part of TfL's continuing work towards decarbonising its operations by 2030.

HS2 funding redirected to revolutionise transport across the North and Midlands

A revolution in the country’s transport infrastructure will see billions of pounds redirected from spiralling HS2 costs to build the daily connections that people depend on – unlocking potential, driving growth and transforming communities. 

HS2: rumours rife over project

Speculation over the progress of HS2 is rife. Will the government curtail this massive infrastructure project short of its original destinations?

EV boost as charging hub opens

A new electric vehicle charging hub has been opened in Birmingham, which is large enough to charge 180 cars simultaneously.

Rules on onshore wind farms change

Locally elected councillors will have the power to decide local policy on onshore wind, and plans can be taken forward.

£29M upgrade for Humber flood defences

Work to help manage flood risk and improve infrastructure in north-east Lincolnshire has begun.

Supply chain confirmed for £10Bn SSEN framework

SSEN Transmission has confirmed a number of contractors have been appointed to its supply chain.