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Foreign investment continues to increase and create new jobs

Money from foreign investors is continuing to flood into the West Midlands with the strong city outlook, the imminent arrival of HS2 and the strong developments planned for the city ensuring that it’s a great place to invest! Despite concerns over the impact and uncertainly surrounding Brexit, there continues to be an increasing number of […]

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Renderings revealed for University College Dublin masterplan proposals

The University College Dublin have released the latest images of their masterplan proposal – put forward by the shortlisted teams competing to design the final buildings. The designs, which have been compiled by the six shortlisted firms who’ve progressed to the final stages of the ‘Future Campus International Design Competition’, consist of artwork for two […]

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Transforming Leeds City Region through ’12 big ideas’

A five-year strategy has been set out by Leeds City Council with the aim of ensuring the City flourishes – driving regeneration, development, opportunities, better education and health amongst many other things. The strategy, which is expected to be approved by the council’s executive board on Wednesday highlights 12 ‘big ideas’ which will transform Leeds […]

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Local communities and woodlands in Birmingham and Crewe recieve HS2 funding boost

An additional £8m of funding has been provided to benefit local communities and woodlands between Birmingham and Crewe. The announcement, which promises to create new woodlands and bring safer local roads to communities and residents, comes as HS2 Minister Nusrat Ghani promises to ensure that HS2 sets a new environmental standard for construction projects. The […]

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Student bed boost for University of Lincoln

Proposals to boost student beds within Lincoln’s Viking House development have been given the thumbs up by the City of Lincoln Council chiefs. The plans, which will provide an additional 272 beds for students within the City, are a great boost for housing in the City at a time that there is a real focus […]

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Countryside Properties get green light for Garden City housing

Developer Countryside Properties have had their proposal for the delivery of an addition 172 new homes within Ebbsfleet Garden City approved. The scheme, which forms part of its plans for the Ebbsfleet Garden City’s Springhead Park, will see the creation of new houses alongside additional amenities including an outdoor gym, park and allotments. The project […]

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