Lendlease and Morgan Sindall are the two firms left in the race to be named development partner on the £4bn Thamesmead Waterfront Peabody mixed-use scheme in south London.
Lendlease has secured planning permission for the next stage of its Timberyard Deptford development.
Lendlease has been chosen by HS2 as master development partner on the £4bn redevelopment of the area around Euston station.
Questions have been raised over the future of Lendlease’s £2bn Haringey regeneration project after the council’s leader announced she would be leaving her role.
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The Labour Party has called on Haringey Council to reconsider its partnership with Lendlease on a scheme to build 6,400 homes.
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‘We think 2018 will be steady, but with HS2 it’s going to be much busier in 2019.’
The contract-win top 50 stabilised in November as industrial specialist Winvic took its first league victory on record.
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The Construction News Summit brought together tech experts and innovation gurus from across the built environment to target the challenge of industry productivity.
The government’s new gender pay gap legislation has caused a great deal of confusion – not least in the media.
A stand-out total of 30 contracts in just one month gave Kier top spot in the monthly league table for October, as the value of combined wins recovered from September’s crash.
Morgan Sindall has been forced off the summit of the annual contractor rankings after 11 consecutive periods, as HS2’s huge civils deals gave Balfour Beatty the monthly league title.
Lego was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Christiansen, a visionary who steered the company through a series of crises by adapting and modernising.
One of the first major office buildings on the Olympic Park is close to completion – and forms just one part of a huge regeneration project aiming to create a commercial legacy.
More and more companies are starting to take diversity and inclusion more seriously – and our six finalists this year have gone the extra mile.
Working on some of the UK’s biggest and most complex projects, our finalists for Contractor of the Year have stood out from the competition in a number of ways.
With housing high on the government’s agenda before the recent election, our six finalists are all tackling residential project delivery in innovative ways.
The adoption of BIM continues to grow across the industry – and these organisations have demonstrated an exemplar approach.
Our six Sustainable Contractor finalists have all shown a strong commitment to green building in all its forms, both on projects and within their own businesses.
With health and safety at the forefront of construction, our eight finalists have gone above and beyond to ensure the highest standards are met within their businesses.
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