Conference to set out economic growth opportunities in the Oxford – Milton Keynes – Cambridge Corridor

On the 21st June, prominent business and public-sector leaders will come together in Milton Keynes for the Oxford Cambridge Corridor Economic Growth Conference – the region’s largest business conference of the year – which is supported by the National Infrastructure Commission, England’s Economic Heartland and regional and local authorities. The conference, hosted by Built Environment […]

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Two Scape frameworks worth £2.1bn open to bidders

Scape Group have announced two frameworks which are open to bidding – worth a total of £2.1bn. The frameworks, for civils infrastructure work, are made up of around £1.6bn of infrastructure work across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and another £500m for infrastructure work in Scotland. Frameworks are a major part of the construction and […]

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Pegasus Group announce partnership with Built Environment Networking

Pegasus Group have today announced their continued partnership with Built Environment Networking, the UK’s leading provider of networking conferences for professionals in property and construction. The deal will see Pegasus Group become a Conference Associate across 60 regional conferences, and be at the forefront of regional economic debates as the Housing Session Partner for the […]

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Liberty backed developers sets new rent benchmark in Worcester

A scheme backed by one of the world’s biggest Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) has secured a benchmark rent for Worcester, our Worcester Development Plans Conference has heard. Gerard Ludlow, joint managing director of Stoford Developments, told the delegates at the Worcester Development Plans Conference that a 45,000sq ft unit speculatively developed by the company […]

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NHS properties need a ‘partnership approach’ – Chairman of LIFT

A new generation of NHS primary care properties will require support through a ‘partnership’ with the private sector – whilst ensuring a ‘responsible approach’ will be needed to offer the best possible value and quality for money, accordingly to Councillor Chris Whitehouse. He reiterated the warnings of Sir Robert Naylor that high-quality service and patient […]

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Colne Valley viaduct design revealled by HS2

An incredible design for the longest viaduct in the Colne Valley has recently been revealed by HS2. Colne Valley, near Denham in Buckinghamshire, will see 3.4km-long extended triple arch viaduct being built as part of the HS2 project – which is set to be one of the high-speed link’s best known structures. Designed by specialist […]

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Toton train station to arrive sooner than expected

A new train station could be arriving in Toton sooner than expected, with plans put forward to have the station up and running prior to the HS2 completion in 2033. The station would form part of a new ‘Innovation Campus’ business park, which would include new infrastructure and office space to create up to 10,000 […]

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Dudley Council plan for £25m facility to develop ‘very light rail’

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council have put forward plans to develop a facility in the region which will develop light rail technology. They’ve put forward a planning application which would see a £25m transport hub which would offer an alternative to heavier rail travel or traditional metro transport systems. The council was allocated £18m of funding […]

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