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News in Brief – January 2024

Taziker Industrial has announced that Neil Harrison has been appointed as CEO, supported by Jason Worrall as the Group Managing Director. These appointments …

News in Brief: September 2023

Kloeckner Metals UK has been certified as a Great Place to Work, which the company said was a testament to its continued commitment to creating an outstanding …

Building for the future

A steel-framed solution has proven to be ideal for the construction of the UK’s first foam glass plant, which will produce a new lightweight building block. …

System Building at Milton Keynes

Industrial buildings are essential to Milton Keynes and have been intensively studied in the Development Corporation. The results are unusual and interesting …

Developer commits to £2bn West Midlands warehousing and industrial programme

SEGRO has been announced as a strategic partner of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), with a commitment to invest £2bn over the coming decade to …

Steel lights up former tobacco site

Power Park will deliver more than 39,000m2 of industrial and logistics space in six steel-framed buildings on the former Imperial Tobacco site near Nottingham. …

Work starts on final phase at Redditch Gateway

Main contractor Winvic Construction has been appointed by developer Stoford to deliver two industrial warehouses, forming the second and final phase of …

Planning consent granted for Avonmouth logistics scheme

A hybrid planning consent has been granted for the development of 185,000m2 of new industrial, warehouse and logistics accommodation at Central Park in …

Plans in for Exeter logistics park expansion

Developer Stoford has submitted a planning application for a new 3,948m2 industrial/warehouse development at Exeter Logistics Park in East Devon. Stoford is …

Designed for the future

A steel-framed solution has proven to be the ideal choice for a new advanced manufacturing plant in

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