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GB starts work on £34m Hilton Leeds Arena

29/01/2014: GB Group has broken ground on its £34m Hilton hotel development in Leeds more »

Landmark rail win for Laing O’Rourke

29/01/2014: Transport for London has awarded Laing O’Rourke a £22m contract to upgrade rail facilities at Willesden, in North West London. more »

New tower blocks for Croydon

29/01/2014: Royal Mail Estates has secured full planning permission for the redevelopment of its delivery office site next to East Croydon station in Surrey. more »

Galliford Try scores £55m in Partnership deals

28/01/2014: Galliford Try’s Partnerships division has been selected for new affordable housing and extra care contracts worth a combined £55.2m. more »

L&G puts another £60m into Salford regeneration

28/01/2014: English Cities Fund (ECf) has agreed terms with Legal & General Property (LGP) to invest a further £60m into the regeneration of the New Bailey area of its Salford Central scheme. more »

Willmott Dixon wins £19m Luton library

27/01/2014: Willmott Dixon has been awarded a £19m design and build contract for the University of Bedfordshire’s new library building in Luton. more »

Finning to build cooking oil power plant

27/01/2014: Caterpillar dealer Finning is to build a power plant in Yorkshire that will be powered by waste cooking oil. more »

Housing development approved for old TRL site

27/01/2014: Bracknell Forest Council has approved plans to build 1,000 new homes on the former Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) brownfield site in Crowthorne, Berkshire. more »

Application in for 1700-home development in Bolton

27/01/2014: Developers have submitted what is being described as one of the largest planning applications that the northwest has seen for several years. more »

Lovell racks up regeneration framework places

24/01/2014: Housing refurbishment specialist Lovell has been appointed to three major housing framework agreements in the northwest and North Wales. more »

BAM to build £29m vet school

23/01/2014: BAM Construction has been contracted by the University of Surrey to build a £29m school of veterinary medicine. more »

Lend Lease lands BBC's White City refurb

23/01/2014: Lend Lease has won the contract to carry out a major refurbishment of BBC Television Centre at White City in West London. more »

BAM builds Cornish presence

23/01/2014: BAM Construct is to build a new £10m office block for Cornwall Council in Bodmin. more »

Ringway selected for £200m Milton Keynes highways deal

22/01/2014: Ringway Infrastructure Services has won a 10-year highway maintenance contract for Milton Keynes Council that will be worth up to £200m. more »

Wates wins V&A extension

22/01/2014: Wates Construction has been awarded a contract to build the Victoria & Albert Museum’s planned Exhibition Road project in London. more »

Southwark calls for contractors for £528m framework

22/01/2014: A construction framework valued at up to £528m is being put together by Southwark Council more »

Amey in line for £800m Staffordshire highway maintenance deal

22/01/2014: Staffordshire County Council has named Amey as its preferred contractor to form a partnership with the council to provide highways services. more »

Scape awards third of five Empa framework deals

22/01/2014: Wates Construction and Morgan Sindall have been chosen to share a £133m framework deal in the East Midlands. more »

Contest called for Milan Expo pavilion

21/01/2014: An “original, visually compelling and memorable” structure is being demanded by the government for the UK Pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015. more »

Second phase of Stafford-Crewe rail upgrade starts

21/01/2014: Work has started on the latest phase of a £250m improvement project to improve capacity and reliability on the West Coast Main Line. more »

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