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Muse Developments set to deliver £1bn Wirral regeneration

A huge regeneration is set to transform the Wirral – in a project that will deliver new homes, commercial space, retail and leisure developments and boost the regional economy via new jobs and boosted property values. The plans, which are set to make the Wirral an attractive investment zone, will be delivered over a 10-year […]

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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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Sponsors announced for the Scottish Universities Development Plans Conference

On the 6th March 2018, prominent leaders of estates, facilities and properties from the biggest Universities in Scotland will come together at The Trades Hall in Glasgow for the Scottish Universities Development Plans Conference – one of the country’s largest estates business events of the year within the property and construction industry. The conference, hosted […]

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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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University of Salford estates masterplan continues…

Higher education institutions are incredibly important for regional and national economic growth. They’re attracting record numbers of overseas students, delivering better and more advanced education than ever before, and creating the skilled workers of tomorrow. The estates play an instrumental part of that – with facilities and accommodation being key to attract new students to […]

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Belfast City Council give green light to developments

A £10m regeneration of Belfast Odyssey and an 11-storey office development have been given the thumbs up by Belfast City Council chiefs on Tuesday. The Odyssey will be transformed to include more than a dozen new bars and restaurants to create a vibrant atmosphere around the arena, whilst the 11-storey office and employment space will […]

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Conference to set out development plans & opportunities in the South West including Filton Airfield

On the 1st March, prominent business and public-sector leaders will come together at the South West Development Plans conference taking place in Bristol – one of the region’s largest business events of the year within the property and construction industry. The event, hosted by Built Environment Networking, will see some of the region’s biggest names […]

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