Issue : 14 May 2009
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Bovis Homes looks to buy land later this yearSubscription
Bovis Homes is targeting a spending spree on strategic land at the end of this year.
Balfour Beatty reported that its trading performance for 2009 was in line with expectations boosted by public sector infrastructure projects.
Balfour Beatty closes £200m Southwark contractSubscription
Balfour Beatty has reached financial close on the £200 million Southwark Building Schools for the Future contract.
Head for heightsSubscription
The final piece of a prominent 20 metres-high sculpture in St Helen’s has been put into place.
Willmott Dixon’s social housing arm Inspace has been named preferred bidder for two major phases of the £39 million Bermondsey Spa regeneration project.
Carillion back in ring on Welsh towerSubscription
Contractor may be looking to patch up its relationship with developer of Meridian Quay
Ucatt gathers forces in blacklist battleSubscription
Union holding discussions with solicitors over a civil suit as government plans to outlaw practice
Kier chief says worst of recession yet to comeSubscription
Kier director Paul Sheffield has warned that the worst of the construction recession could be to come – and revealed a new focus on civils work.
Housing restart adds 6,000 to home forecastsSubscription
Fewer than 70,000 extra new homes will be built this year despite housebuilders announcing they are looking to start building again.
Seven tender for £150m TfL Bond Street projectSubscription
Four contractors set to be shortlisted in July for £150m overhaul of Central London tube station