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Newnham progresses accommodation plans

27/11/2014: Cambridge University’s Newnham College intends to submit a planning application for a new student accommodation building next summer. more »

Finnegan revamps Halifax mills

27/11/2014: Sheffield based contractor and developer JF Finnegan has been appointed to convert two historic mill buildings in Halifax into 75,000 sq ft of new offices. more »

Plans submitted for £40m Birmingham Conservatoire

26/11/2014: Birmingham City University has submitted plans for its new £40m music school for local planning approval. more »

BAM returns to Sunderland for £29m campus development

26/11/2014: Sunderland College has retained the services of BAM Construction to build a new £29m campus in the city centre. more »

Contractors called for £80m John Moores development

25/11/2014: Liverpool John Moores University has begun the search for a contractor to build its £80m Copperas Hill development in the city centre. more »

Kier JV plans £150m Guildford station development

25/11/2014: Plans have been submitted for a £150m regeneration scheme based around improvements to Guildford railway station in Surrey. more »

School to be built on Sheffield stadium site

24/11/2014: BAM Construction is to build a £14m school on the site of the former Don Valley athletics stadium in Sheffield. more »

Subcontractors sought for £39m Kilmarnock college

24/11/2014: Main contractor McLaughlin & Harvey is scouting for subcontractors to support it on a £39m project for Ayrshire College. more »

BAM starts £21m Kirkcaldy high school

24/11/2014: BAM Construction has begun construction of the new Viewforth High School in Kirkcaldy. more »

SDC starts Flitwick leisure centre

24/11/2014: Bedford-based SDC Construction has begun work on a £13.4m contract to build a new leisure centre. more »

Wales tenders £40m safety upgrade for Brynglas tunnels

21/11/2014: The Welsh government is inviting bids for upgrades to the safety systems of the M4 Brynglas Tunnels. more »

Stepnell picked for Pershore classrooms

21/11/2014: Stepnell has won a £3m building project to create two new classroom blocks at Pershore High School in Worcestershire. more »

Hull tenders £24m student digs

20/11/2014: The University of Hull is inviting bids for a £24m scheme to build new student accommodation. more »

MOD shortlists 15 bidders for £650m frameworks

20/11/2014: The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has shortlisted a total of 15 bidders for construction projects under frameworks covering the south east and south west of England. more »

BAM wins £80m Cambridge University project

19/11/2014: The University of Cambridge has awarded BAM Construct UK an £80m contract for the first phase of the North West Cambridge Development. more »

North Lanarkshire picks Morrison for £100m schools framework

19/11/2014: Galliford Try’s Scottish arm Morrison Construction has been picked for North Lanarkshire’s schools framework, which is expected to produce a pipeline of up to £100m in projects over the next four years. more »

Bardsley wins Salford Quays scheme

19/11/2014: Property developer X1 Developments has awarded Bardsley a £13.6m contract to build 140 apartments at X1 The Exchange in Salford Quays. more »

Kier teams up with Sandwell to build new homes

19/11/2014: Sandwell Council has entered into a deal with Kier Partnership Homes to build 145 new homes. more »

Crossrail contractors seek Welsh subbies

18/11/2014: Major Crossrail contractors looking to extend their supply chain are holding a meeting in Wales next week to meet construction and manufacturing SMEs. more »

Colas gets set to start on Wimbledon rail upgrade

18/11/2014: Colas Rail is to spend winter weekends carrying out a £7m upgrade of the railway through Wimbledon to improve reliability and punctuality on one of the busiest parts of Britain’s rail network. more »

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