Issue : 17 August 2018
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Yorkshire Water launches £1bn civils frameworkSubscription
Yorkshire Water has begun the search for contractors for two civils frameworks worth £1.04bn as part of the AMP7 spending period starting in 2020.
Winners revealed for £560m NHS Wales frameworksSubscription
NHS Wales has picked seven contractors across two new construction frameworks worth a total of £560m.
Who'd build a stadium?Subscription
It’s not been the most auspicious summer for London’s Premier League clubs looking to expand their stadiums.
Who’s doing the bad bidding? Subscription
This week NG Bailey’s chief executive David Hurcomb told me the decision to “walk away” from bids had been a key reason behind his firm’s profit growth.
A look at the numbers behind Balfour Beatty’s half-year results, Interserve’s US-based EfW partner and the cost of replacement cladding on a Carillion development.
The rise of 'social' procurement post-CarillionSubscription
The government has moved to bring more social value into public procurement. What exactly is proposed and what will it mean for contracts?
Tottenham Hotspur has entered “urgent meetings” with Mace after revealing that its new £800m stadium has been delayed over safety issues.
Tottenham Hotspur has said it is “hugely frustrated” at the safety systems failures that have led to the delay of its new £800m stadium.
QPR puts Linford Christie Stadium plans to fansSubscription
Queens Park Rangers FC has presented new stadium proposal to its supporters in an email sent last night.
Plans in for 2,500-home York developmentSubscription
A 2,500-home mixed-use development in York city centre has edged a step closer after outline plans were submitted.