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Chelsea Football Club’s future should be at Stamford Bridge and an expanded stadium is possible, the local council has said.

A search has been launched for a lead investment partner to deliver a regeneration initiative in Manchester.

The London Borough of Lewisham has given the go-ahead for a £42m mixed use scheme in Deptford, south-east London.

A scheme that will enable an estimated 100,000 prospective and existing homeowners to buy their dream home with much smaller deposits than currently required has been launched.

GB Building Solutions, Court Royal Developments and Triodos Bank have formed a partnership for the provision of a £3.9m 25-bed Extracare development in Ticehurst, East Sussex.

Builder E Bowman & Sons has entered administration with debts of £2.6m.

Another 241 people have been made redundant at the building services contractor MJN Colston.

A £5.5bn scheme, which will see 60 hectares of dock land in Liverpool redeveloped, has today been approved by the city council’s planning committee.

Developer Peel Ports has commenced the procurement phase for the construction of its new £300m deep-water container terminal at the Port of Liverpool.

Ninety five housing associations, local authorities and other providers are set to deliver over 5,600 new affordable homes by bringing empty properties back into use, as the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) confirmed successful organisations for £70m of empty homes funding today.

Ucatt has welcomed the decision by Norwich City Council to ensure that workers formerly employed by Fountains will be offered their jobs back.

Figures released today from the Office of National Statistics estimate that the total volume of all new construction orders in the fourth quarter of 2011 fell slightly by 2.5% compared with the third quarter of 2011.

Liverpool Waters, a project to regenerate 60 hectares of historic dockland in North Liverpool into a high quality mixed-use waterfront quarter, is going to committee next week with a recommendation for approval.

Residential housing and civil engineering construction projects starting on site increased in the three months to February to boost the underlying year on year value of total construction project starts by 17%, according to the latest data from construction industry analyst Glenigan.

Holiday giant Center Parcs has announced it will soon start construction on a new £250m resort at Woburn, Bedfordshire.

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