Issue : 25 May 2018
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Surrey Heath Borough Council is seeking a development partner to deliver a £200m regeneration in Camberley.
Galliford Try wins £67m smart motorways dealSubscription
Galliford Try has landed a £67m design-and-build deal for a smart motorways scheme on the M56 near Manchester Airport.
Modernise or die? A real exampleSubscription
Mark Farmer’s 2016 assessment of the construction industry was stark: the sector was in bad health.
Chelsea Football Club has put its long-mooted plans for a new stadium on hold indefinitely.
Police in the North-west are considering a fraud investigation after a series of stalled developments in the city have threatened to swallow £90m of investors’ money.
Belfast builder convicted of £230k tax fraudSubscription
A Belfast-based contractor who defrauded the taxpayer out of £230,000 has been sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment suspended for three years, Belfast Crown Court has heard.
The Carillion joint inquiry has called on the government to reveal why it decided not to rate the contractor as ‘high risk’ before its collapse, after it refused to disclose the information to another committee.
Urban & Civic doubles down on development plansSubscription
Urban & Civic wants to double the number of sites in development, its chief executive has told Construction News, as government policy and planning favours large sites.
U+I is overseeing £300m of development in Brighton – yet the big tier ones are not its main targets. Delivery director Mark Richardson reveals why the client is trying a different model.
Network Rail must carry out “more intrusive” financial checks on its main contractors to protect suppliers from collapses such as Carillion’s, one the client’s former directors has said.