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Sheffield Hallam University’s ‘Construction Alliance’ Gears Up For £220m Programme

Sheffield Hallam University is gearing up for the first phase of their 20-year development masterplan, which will see the first ever ‘Construction Alliance’ deliver a £220m programme of works. The alliance – formed alongside BDP-ARUP (design consultancy), BAM Construction and CBRE (facilities management) – were selected by the University to deliver the high value projects […]

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Bellway Acquire Site at 1,900-Home Forge Wood Community

Major housebuilder Bellway has acquired a new plot which will further add to Crawley’s new ‘Forge Wood’ community. Forge Wood will on complete have delivered around 1,900 new homes creating a new neighbourhood in the area. The announcement by Bellway will see them develop land on the edge of the community – although no planning […]

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Waterman Group: What Have We Learned During Lockdown?

With the global population in the grip of Covid-19, Neil Humphrey, Waterman’s Chief Operating Officer, sheds light on how we can use this time to make bold changes in the face of the climate crisis. What have we learned during lockdown? It is said that only in times of crisis do we truly innovate, that […]

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Frameworks Have Role to Play In Post-Covid Road to Recovery

As soon as COVID struck, framework organisation Pagabo wasted no time to connect with the supply chain across its broad portfolio of framework agreements. And the results of Pagabo’s efforts has created positive results – in terms of confidence and linking them with clients and contractors. So says Pagabo CEO Simon Toplass. “Our framework suppliers […]

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The Future of Tall Buildings and Towers

On the 4th June, prominent business and public sector leaders will come together for the Developing Towers and Tall Buildings Webinar, sponsored by Montagu Evans. Developing tall buildings can be incredibly complex, with numerous challenges especially from a planning approval and design aspect, all the way to developing the right space and community feeling. But in […]

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The Housing and Build to Rent Conference 2020 Moves Online

On the 5th June, prominent business and public sector leaders will come together at the Housing and Build to Rent Conference – one of the sectors largest business conferences of the year. But this year there’s a twist. 300 attendees, 20 speakers and 15 exhibitors will all gather at the event – taking place virtually […]

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£2.7bn Transport Plan Announced to Transform East Midlands Connectivity

Plan unveils new bus, rail and tram connections to the HS2 East Midlands Hub for over 20 villages, towns and cities, including Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Newark, Matlock, Mansfield and Long Eaton Infrastructure investment central to region’s economic renewal post COVID-19 and support Government’s ‘levelling-up’ agenda Investment will accelerate benefits of HS2 across region and support […]

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