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Riverlight has become the first scheme to start construction in the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea (VNEB) Opportunity Area, with a ground breaking ceremony held today.

Sainsbury’s and Aviva Investors have been given the go-ahead by Reigate Banstead Borough Council, for their multi-million pound plans to redevelop the existing Sainsbury’s store in Redhill.

Kier Property and Calmont Group have unveiled plans for a £6m hotel development in Sunderland city centre.

Plans by Tesco to build its first superstore in Harrogate have been approved by the town’s council.

The Derby-based housing provider Derwent Living has defied the downturn building 396 homes last year with plans to complete a further 277 homes in 2011.

Plans to build a new £12m link road in Northampton have been given the go-ahead.

Unite will oppose all attempts by a breakaway group of major mechanical and electrical firms to withdraw from agreements covering thousands of workers at some of the country’s key infrastructure projects and has launched a campaign to defend their members terms and conditions.

The latest figures from the Home Builders Federation show the second lowest number of planning permissions granted in a quarter in the last five years.

3DReid and Tangram Architects have joined forces to provide new integrated services to clients.

Denne, part of the Leadbitter Group, is celebrating reaching the highest point in the construction of a new £10m housing scheme for older people in Eastbourne.

Salford City Council’s planning panel has granted planning permission for the development of a £38m arts building for Salford University.

Kier has submitted detailed plans for the proposed £14.3m Nene Park Academy to Peterborough City Council’s planning team.

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The property industry should support a petition calling for the Government’s empty rates hike to be scrapped.

The construction division of Interserve has been officially recognised as ‘Investors in Diversity’.

Barratt London’s £63m residential-led mixed use development at Osiers Gate, Wandsworth, has started on site.

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