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New vision announced for iconic Salford building

A bold new vision has been announced for an iconic apartment block in Salford. Housing association Salix Homes has been working alongside residents at Canon Green Court in Trinity to develop proposals to modernise the 1960s building. The eight-storey building... View Article

Corstorphine + Wright starts year with raft of promotions

National architectural practice, Corstorphine + Wright has kicked-off 2018 with 10 key promotions across its Warwick, London and Stourbridge offices. Dan Chadwick and Chris McCurtin have been promoted to Associate Director. Dan is currently working on a number of retail-led... View Article

Stockport successful in town centre living grant bid

Stockport Council has won three major bids from the Government’s Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) to kick start a new era of town centre living and make the centre an even more desirable place to live, work and play. The £8.5m... View Article

Government ushers in a new generation of town houses

Housing Secretary Sajid Javid has confirmed government backing to create a new generation of town houses in cities like London and Manchester to ease pressure on valuable open spaces and help growing families. Under the changes it will be easier... View Article

Industry remains in denial on construction skills chasm

Unite, the UK’s largest union, has renewed its demands for radical action to be taken to tackle the deepening skills crisis facing the construction industry. Unite made its call following the publication of this week’s Construction Industry Training Board’s (CITB)... View Article

Triveneta admits production fault in flexible cord

Italian cable company, La Triveneta Cavi (LTC), has confirmed it experienced a production fault last year that resulted in flexible cord cable, with exposed copper conductors, on sale in the UK, reports the Approved Cables Initiative (ACI). The cables, which failed the British and European Standards flex test, were found on... View Article

Carillion projects worth a total of £5.7 billion

As the economy continues to come to terms with the collapse of Carillion, the latest figures suggest that on the day of liquidation, the industry giant was the main contractor on 57 construction projects worth a total of £5.7 billion,... View Article
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