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ISG wins first BIM scheme for Sainsbury’s

ISG is underway with a major project to construct a new store for Sainsbury’s in Thanet, Kent; which is the contractor’s largest individual win for the supermarket to date, and the first Sainsbury’s scheme to trial the effectiveness of a... View Article

Barratt plans 91 new homes in Renfrewshire

Barratt Homes West Scotland has submitted a planning application for 91 new homes in Ferry Village, Renfrewshire. The application comprises 24 apartments and 67 terraced, semi-detached and detached homes, ranging in size from one to four bedrooms. Subject to approval,... View Article

Combat Doors specifies Interleaf Hinges from Cooke Brothers

Manchester based Combat Doors, one of the leading specialists in the manufacture and installation of commercial entrance door systems, reports on a recently completed contract for one of the UK’s largest housing associations in Tameside, Greater Manchester. The £250k +... View Article

Eric Wright completes £22.8 million Catholic College project

A multi-million pound project to redevelop St Mary’s Catholic College and Christ the King Catholic Primary School in Blackpool is complete. Undertaken by Eric Wright Construction, a division of the Eric Wright Group, the multi-phase project, which started in November... View Article

Story Homes to submit plans for new development in Kirkham

A house-builder renowned for its high-quality homes is pursuing full planning permission for new houses in Kirkham. Story Homes has taken ownership of land off Blackpool Road from Bloor Homes, who had already secured outline planning permission on the land... View Article

New golf resort planned for Scotland

Planning consent has been granted for a hotel and leisure development in the heart of Scotland. A consortium of British businessmen has put its weight behind a development of almost 500 acres on the outskirts of the Scottish capital. The... View Article

Agreement to acquire Keepmoat by TDR Capital and Sun Capital

Keepmoat, the leading national provider of integrated affordable housing development and community regeneration services, is pleased to announce that Sun Capital and investment funds managed by TDR Capital LLP have today signed an agreement to acquire Lakeside 1 Limited, the... View Article

£25million student accommodation scheme gets underway

Worthington Properties has begun work on a new £25million student accommodation scheme in Liverpool’s city centre, after completing its acquisition of the site from the University of Liverpool. Philharmonic Court, situated off Catharine Street, will deliver 354 student rooms for... View Article

ISG appointed on £10.8 Million Devon College Scheme

ISG has been appointed to deliver a £10.8 million scheme to construct an Engineering Centre of Excellence and a Lifestyle and Tourism Centre at Petroc’s North Devon Campus in Barnstaple. The new facilities will create realistic working environments for students... View Article

Elliott hands over keys on £5.9 million hospital project

Elliott has completed the £5.9m design and build of the Staff Accommodation Block at Peterborough City Hospital in just 22 weeks from delivery of the final module. Utilising its innovative modular construction system, Elliott handed over keys to the four... View Article

In keeping with tradition

Tradition was the name of the game for Paddock Johnson Partnership architects, when the company was charged with restoring and converting a grade two listed building in the historic village of Port Sunlight, Merseyside. It was because of this that... View Article

New year sales launch for Skelmanthorpe Homes

A development of 26 new homes in the West Yorkshire village of Skelmanthorpe will also bring benefits for the local community. As well as providing a choice of two, three and four-bedroom homes, Redrow will contribute almost £133,000 to education and... View Article

The cultural event of 2014: A new museum in Europe

MEG – Musée d’ethnographie de Genève opening: Thursday 30 october 2014. After being closed to the public for four years, the MEG is putting on its finery to welcome its visitors. In its new premises, the new MEG, with its... View Article
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