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Green light for Everton Bramley Dock stadium

Everton Football Club’s planning applications for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a community-led legacy project at Goodison Park have been approved …

British Steel investing £100M to improve manufacturing and environmental performance

British Steel has announced that it has returned to profit after being brought out of liquidation by Jingye Group 12 months ago, and it will invest up to …

Carbon neutral scheme revealed for Birmingham

Developer Woodbourne Group has unveiled plans for Birmingham’s tallest building, which will form part of the wider Curzon Wharf carbon-neutral …

First offices sold at prestigious Stirling development

Cromwell Property Group has announced that it has sold the first office building at Kildean Business Park for £22M to Aviva Investors on behalf of the …

President’s Column: April 2021

I’ve been informed by my social media that I’ve been in this industry for 25 years. During that time, a lot of technological advances have been brought …

News in Brief: April 2021

BAM Construction has been appointed to deliver a leisure centre, promenade and associated works by Folkestone & Hythe District Council. Construction will …

Tata Steel updates Blue Book for hollow sections

Tata Steel has partnered with the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) to produce a brand-new updated version of their ‘Blue Book’ software tool …

Steel viaduct for major east London rail extension

Structural steelwork is playing a pivotal role in the Barking Riverside extension, which will add 4.5km to the London Overground railway network, taking it …

Leeds Bradford Airport to expand with new terminal

Plans for a new terminal building at Leeds Bradford Airport have been approved by Leeds City Council. The new terminal will replace an outdated building and …

Planning approved for new City commercial tower

The City of London Corporation has granted planning permission for a 30-storey office-led development in the City of London; the square mile’s first tall …

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