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L&G plans Brighton BTR scheme

1 Feb 2018: Legal & General is planning to build a development of 200 flats for the private rental sector in Brighton. more »

Civils contractors report first downturn since 2013

1 Feb 2018: Civil engineering contractors report that a slump in workloads on the UK’s railways has dragged the infrastructure sector into its first quarterly decline in five years. more »

Highways England confirms Mumford's position

1 Feb 2018: Highways England has confirmed the permanent appointment of Peter Mumford as major projects director. more »

Backing secured for Croydon's prefab skyscrapers

31 Jan 2018: Tide Construction has secured funding for a pair of modular tower blocks it plans to build in Croydon. more »

Wates heads corporate governance initiative

31 Jan 2018: James Wates has agreed to lead a government initiative to improve good corporate governance. more »

Capita to sell Constructionline

31 Jan 2018: Constructionline, the register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants used by the UK construction industry, is being sold by Capita. more »

Stalled Bristol Arena spending tops £10m

31 Jan 2018: It has emerged that Bristol City Council has spent more than £10m on its stalled arena project before a spade has even hit the ground. more »

Catseye firm responds to Highways England’s loose way with words

31 Jan 2018: Highways England has received a rap on the knuckles for its apparent failure to respect intellectual property. more »

Carillion was working on £5.7bn-worth of construction work

30 Jan 2018: Carillion had 57 construction projects on its books at time of collapse with a total value of £5.7bn, including joint ventures, according to data compiled by Barbour ABI. more »

Deloitte crane surveys show buoyant regional cities

30 Jan 2018: UK regional cities are displaying record levels of construction activity as developers remain hungry for city centre residential development. more »

VolkerStevin seeks suppliers for £500m submarine base upgrade

30 Jan 2018: VolkerStevin is looking to meet contractors to work on the £500m development at Faslane. more »

The decline and fall of Carillion

29 Jan 2018: Phil Bishop pieces together the story of the biggest corporate failure in UK construction history. more »

Caddick replaces Carillion on Angel Gardens

29 Jan 2018: Caddick Construction has replaced Carillion as main contractor on the £154m Angel Gardens scheme in Manchester, taking on 20 employees from the failed firm. more »

Skills card forgers jailed

29 Jan 2018: A criminal gang that sold fake construction skills cards has been sent to jail. more »

Carillion investigations widen

29 Jan 2018: The latest body to announce an investigation into the collapse of Carillion is the Financial Reporting Council. more »

Severfield confirms leadership changes are now permanent

29 Jan 2018: Alan Dunsmore, interim chief executive of Severfield for nearly a year already, has now got the job on a permanent basis. more »

Siltbuster joins Selwood group

29 Jan 2018: Workdry International, the ultimate holding company of pump company Selwood, has acquired parts of the water treatment specialist Siltbuster Group. more »

Survey highlights house-builders' move to modular

29 Jan 2018: More than two-thirds of house-building companies are investing in some kind of modular or prefabricated housing, according to a new survey. more »

Carillion rail suppliers to be paid arrears

26 Jan 2018: Network Rail says that it has secured a deal with the Official Receiver's special manager, PwC, for around 300 of Carillion Construction’s smaller rail suppliers to be paid the arrears they are owed. more »

Quarry firms slam 'blinkered' infrastructure commission

26 Jan 2018: The government’s National Infrastructure Commission has been labelled ‘blinkered’ by building materials suppliers for failing to understand or recognise the role of the supply chain in the construction industry. more »

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