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Built Environment Networking: Podcast EP11 – Humberside

Our newest edition of Built Environment Networking Podcasts is now available – where we hear exclusively from the speakers at our Hull & Humberside Development Plans Conference. This behind the scenes podcast sees Phil Laycock deliver an event overview and Q&A with leading figures from the council as well as honest answers from several leading […]

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Built Environment Networking Conference coming to Manchester

On the 23rd January, prominent business and public-sector leaders will come together at the Manchester Development Plans Conference – one of the City’s largest business events of the year within the property and construction industry. The event will see some of the region’s biggest names in business lead a regional discussion including presentations of ongoing […]

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Conference to set out development plans & opportunities in Worcester

  On the 16th January, prominent business and public-sector leaders will come together at the Worcester Development Plans conference – one of the City’s largest business events of the year within the property and construction industry. The event, hosted by Built Environment Networking, will see five of the region’s biggest names in the construction and […]

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Public backing for Old Oak Common overground stations

New overground stations at a new transport hub to connect both HS2 and Crossrail has received strong public backing – say Transport for London (TfL). They stated they’d seen ‘strong support’ in the recent public consultation for two potential London overground stations which would provide additional connections to HS2 and the Elizabeth line, providing an […]

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Kent Medical Campus project given investment boost

Ahead of speaking at the Kent Development Plans Conference on the 29th January 2018 there has been some great news for the Kent Medical Campus project. The project is set to receive a £4m boost after a successful bid made to the Government’s National Productivity Investment Fund. The application, which was submitted by both the […]

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SA1 project in Swansea commended for economic benefit

The Swansea Waterfront project – which is likely to form a key part in the up and coming Swansea Development Plans Conference – has been hailed for ensuring local businesses benefit. A commitment to procuring local contractors and using a local supply chain has enhanced the benefits to the region. The University of Wales Trinity […]

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Heritage bosses back Gary Neville’s revamped St Michael’s skyscrapers

New images have been released of Gary Neville’s revamped St Michael’s skyscrapers – which has been fully endorsed by heritage bosses. The revamped proposal ‘enhances the surrounding conservation area’ but is still likely to have a ‘moderate to major’ impact on views from Albert Square accordingly to Historic England. The huge development of Jackson’s Row […]

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