Issue : 1 February 2019
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What is practical completion?Subscription
Practical completion is not simply a case of getting the job done
A look at the numbers as firms actively prepare for the outcome of a no-deal Brexit, losses on the CHUM hospital in Canada, and Network Rail contracts worth £5bn
Scottish developer Drum is considering an appeal of the decision by Edinburgh City Council to refuse permission for its mixed-use scheme on Leith Walk.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council has given the green light to the Thomas Heatherwick-designed £1bn revamp of Olympia in west London.
With the recent focus on Brexit, you’d be forgiven for missing some significant changes in the industry.
Power struggle: Division across the Northern Powerhouse as northern leaders hit out at its slow progress and commitment from Whitehall.
Interserve sells stake in NHS estate JVSubscription
Healthcare property company Prime has completed a deal to buy out its joint venture partner Interserve from their NHS estate company.
Glasgow ditches airport train-tram linkSubscription
Glasgow City Council has ditched plans for a rail link between the city centre and the airport in favour of a shuttle system.
Property developer Allied London and its construction partner Lendlease have announced the four contractors that will deliver the MEP framework for the £1.25bn St John’s development in Manchester.
Mace chief executive Mark Reynolds has urged the government to keep goods flowing into the UK unhindered, or risk work stalling on construction sites.