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CN's week in motion: London, Sellar and sustainability

VIDEO: Check out our motion story and this brief run-through of just a selection of CN’s digital content this week (26 Sep – 30 Sep).

This week, the CPA had a look at three different post-Brexit scenarios in terms of construction output: the Good, the not-too-Bad, and the Ugly. Elsewhere, our project report moved to Birmingham and what might be the UK’s last-ever conservatoire. Keep an eye out for the special guest!

London ranks fifth in Arcadis’ Sustainable Cities Index, but we take a look at what construction can do to help the UK’s cities improve their social sustainability standing.

News: Highways England is to regionalise work on its £5bn Collaborative Delivery Framework; Sellar Property Group will retender a 180,000 sq ft residential tower next to the Shard, after redesigning part of the scheme. Skanska has already been tasked with completing preconstruction work on the site.

Finally, watch footage from London’s skies, taken by aerial photographer Jason Hawkes, as well as a photo montage of Battersea Power Station’s development.

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