Trafford Housing Trust has received planning permission to build 95 affordable homes in the borough.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the Future Leaders Programme 2012, with the first of three training events for future leaders of the architects’ profession to be held on Tuesday 13 March 2012.
Northstowe, the major new town planned for the north west of Cambridge, reached a significant milestone today as the planning application was submitted for a first phase of 1,500 new homes and related facilities.
The Leadbitter Group has completed 18 apartments in Taunton for Knightstone Housing Association.
Plans to introduce new contract conditions for employees in the building services sector have been officially killed off.
Mechanical and Electrical giant MJN Colston has gone into administration.
Specialist affordable homes developer Mulbury Homes is to build a new £1m scheme comprising nine family houses on two neighbouring sites in Stretford, Manchester, for Arcon Housing Association.
The Uliving consortium, made up of Bouygues Development and accommodation operator Derwent Living, has received planning approval for a new £22m student accommodation project for the University of Essex in Colchester.
The National Self Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC) has announced plans to restructure as a Community Interest Company.
A Cardiff construction and haulage firm has ceased trading, resulting in the loss of 27 jobs.
Westminster Council’s cabinet have approved the next stage of regeneration plans for Tollgate Gardens, which is part of a wider improvement programme for number of areas in Westminster including Church Street and Paddington Green.
Management Process Systems Limited (MPS) has announced that its Contract Change Management (CCM) system, which supports the NEC form of contract, has been selected for the final phase of utility diversions on the Edinburgh trams project.
The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham has announced a new joint venture to privately fund 477 new council homes at two sites in the town centre.
Birmingham City Council has launched a new £100m contractors’ framework which will see over 900 new homes built for rent and sale throughout the city.
Britain’s largest trade union, Unite, has welcomed the withdrawal of controversial contracts by Balfour Beatty Engineering Services (BBES).