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Construction News Awards Contractor of the YearSubscription
Regeneration and housing schemes have been deemed “nationally significant” enough to prequalify for UK Guarantees as ministers roll out the initiative into the regions, Construction News understands.
Bouygues UK recovers £50m in revenueSubscription
Bouygues UK is set to recover the £50m revenue it lost in 2011 after a surge in housing activity, according to executive chairman Madani Sow.
Are contractors getting their fair share?Subscription
When the “bellwether” of the industry announces a £50m profit shortfall in its UK construction business, investors look a little harder at the sector’s listed companies.
George Osborne was accused of making “more empty promises” as he committed to £300bn of capital spending from 2015/16 today.
Chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander will tomorrow set out the government’s plans to spend £100bn in infrastructure before the end of the decade, after a spending round which left more questions than answers.
Lakehouse has reported another record year of growth after a 44 per cent hike in turnover and an 80 per cent rise in profits.
Administrators in crunch talks to sell McArdleSubscription
Administrators are in crunch talks with a single buyer to save the jobs of 84 people at the collapsed Olympic groundworks firm McArdle.
Treasury unit launched to sit on PF2 projectsSubscription
The Treasury has set up a unit to sit alongside contractors on the boards of private finance 2 projects and an investments committee to analyse bids.
Ed Miliband to tell developers: Use or lose landSubscription
Developers sitting on land with planning permission will be told to “use it or lose it” if Labour get into power.