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Haringey seeks developer for £150m Hornsey Town Hall redevelopment

16 Nov 2015: London’s Haringey Council has begun the procurement process to find a developer for the Hornsey Town Hall site. more »

Bowmer & Kirkland takes Newcastle science block project

13 Nov 2015: Bowmer & Kirkland has won a £45.3m contract for the next building in the Newcastle Science City initiative. more »

Leeds consults on £75m airport link road plans

13 Nov 2015: Leeds City Council is consulting residents on plans for a £75m link road to improve access to Leeds Bradford Airport. more »

ISG wins QBE fit-out

13 Nov 2015: ISG has been awarded a fit-out contract at the Fenchurch Street offices of QBE Business Insurance in London. more »

VBA wins £21m Ipswich flood defence scheme

13 Nov 2015: The Environment Agency has appointed VBA, the joint venture between VolkerStevin, Boskalis Westminster and Atkins, to work on a £21m flood defence scheme in Ipswich. more »

Hillingdon tenders £25m-worth of extra-care homes

12 Nov 2015: The London Borough of Hillingdon has begun the tender process for two extra-care developments. more »

Balfour seeks suppliers for Dundee station

11 Nov 2015: Balfour Beatty and Dundee City Council are hosting a ‘meet the buyer’ event for suppliers and subcontractors interesting in getting a slice of the city’s £28m rail station project. more »

Keepmoat to overhaul Glasgow towers

11 Nov 2015: Keepmoat Regeneration has won a £13.2m contract to refurbish three blocks of flats in Glasgow for Queens Cross Housing Association. more »

Tarmac wins £30m Knowsley highways deal

11 Nov 2015: The contracting arm of building materials firm Tarmac has been awarded a five-year, £30m highways maintenance contract with Knowsley Council. more »

Plans drawn up for Edinburgh housing development

10 Nov 2015: Hamilton-based developer Banks Property is preparing a planning application for a 100-home greenfield development on the outskirts of Edinburgh. more »

Development starts at Dudley hospital site

10 Nov 2015: Wates Living Space has started construction of 127 new homes on the site of the former Guest Hospital on Tipton Road in Dudley. more »

Wates seeks suppliers for Essex schools

10 Nov 2015: Wates Construction is holding a supplier engagement event for subcontractors interested in working on its school building projects. more »

Kier wins Durham student halls scheme

9 Nov 2015: Kier Construction has been appointed to construct the £20m Sheraton Park student accommodation scheme in Durham. more »

Five compete for £90m Bristol Arena

9 Nov 2015: Five contractors have been shortlisted to build the £90m Bristol Arena. more »

Super sewer could deliver threefold return

6 Nov 2015: Construction of the Thames Tideway Tunnel, London’s so-called super sewer, will deliver a two- or threefold return, according to latest government analysis. more »

Van Oord wins Walney Extension installation contract

6 Nov 2015: Dong Energy of Denmark has handed Van Oord a contract to transport and install all 87 foundations at the Walney Extension offshore wind farm off the Cumbrian coast. more »

VolkerFitzpatrick starts £36m coffee roastery

6 Nov 2015: VolkerFitzpatrick has begun work this week on the construction of a £36m coffee bean roasting plant in Basildon, Essex. more »

Tube commission for Mace and CPC

6 Nov 2015: Transport for London has appointed a joint venture of Mace and CPC Project Services (CPC) as its programme support partner for the upgrade of London Underground’s District, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines. more »

Construction suspended on Teesside waste-to-energy plant

5 Nov 2015: Construction has been called to an indefinite halt on the TV2 waste-to-energy plant in the Port Clarence on Teesside. more »

Green light for Bouygues’ £107m incinerator

5 Nov 2015: Bouygues Energies & Services has been cleared to start construction of Northern Ireland's largest energy from waste (EfW) plant after the £107m project reached financial close. more »

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