Issue : 19 January 2012
View all stories from this issue.
Hewlett management buy out saves 300 jobsSubscription
Management says bank decision to call in administrators was a “hostile move”.
621 construction firms go under in Q4 2012Subscription
The number of construction firms going out of business will peak in the next six months, following 621 insolvencies in the final quarter of 2012, according to PwC.
Shepherd has announced it has won a £33 million contract to renovate the grade II listed former Berners Hotel in Fitzrovia - two years after quitting the project.
Crown Estates and Exemplar award company £50m contract for work on luxury shopping street
Plans submitted for new Wandsworth towerSubscription
A planning application has been submitted to Wandsworth Council for the redevelopment of the Market Towers office building in Nine Elms.
Work at Crossrail’s Pudding Mill Lane site will come to a halt between May and September due to the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Mitie hails private sector pipeline as 'bouyant' Subscription
Mitie has pointed to contract wins of more than £90 million in the private and public sectors as proof of a ‘bouyant’ pipeline and revenue being in line with expectations.
Morgan Sindall wins £16m Exeter student block Subscription
The University of Exeter has awarded Morgan Sindall a £16 million contract to build a new student accommodation block.
Draft plans for a massive regeneration project in Basildon town centre have been approved for a six week public consultation.
Skipton based JN Bentley has been ordered to pay fines and costs totalling almost £200,000 following the death of a 23 year old Keighley man.