The number of build to rent homes currently under construction across the UK’s regions is nearly double that to London [pictured], according to new research.
Construction firm Mace has been selected as the main contractor by developer Lodha UK for a £140M redevelopment of the former Canadian High Commission building site in Mayfair, London.
Mace and Knight Dragon have celebrated the topping out of the first phase of the Greenwich Peninsula’s Upper Riverside project in London, UK.
Global engineering firm CH2M has pulled out of the HS2 Phase 2b railway project from Crewe to Manchester and Birmingham to Leeds.
Transport for London (TfL) is welcoming bids to create a joint venture partnership to restore and develop South Kensington Tube station in London.
Laing O’Rourke has been chosen to redevelop the former Royal Mail sorting office in London.
British property investor M&G Real Estate and developer Durkan have inked a £71.4M deal to fund and build private rental homes on Chapel Road, in Ilford, London.
US-based real estate investment and development firm Urban Commons has unveiled plans for a $250M waterfront entertainment destination in Long Beach, California.
Plans to build a 40-storey residential tower in Manchester, UK, have been unveiled by Ask Real Estate Limited (AREL) and SimpsonHaugh and Partners at MIPIM.
Skanska has secured a £73M contract from Helical Plc to refurbish the 207 Old Street building in London, UK.
Developer Stoford has been selected as the development partner by the Gooch Estate for a £200M redevelopment project in Birmingham [pictured].
The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has approved two residential developments in north-west London after they were rejected by local borough councils.
HS2 Ltd has launched its search for apprentices to work on the £55.7bn High Speed Two (HS2) railway project in the UK.
Developer Allied London has submitted final plans for its £1.3bn vertical village project in Manchester’s St. John district.
The first phase of an office development in Slough, England, has been topped out reaching its maximum height.
The London Borough of Hounslow has selected Willmott Partnership Homes, a unit of Willmott Dixon Group, as its partner to deliver 1,500 homes over six years.
Triangle London Developments has been chosen as the preferred development partner by Transport for London (TfL) to develop a site in Greenwich, south-east London.
Chelsea Football Club’s plans for a new £500M stadium at Stamford Bridge, in Fulham, have been approved by the mayor of London Sadiq Khan.
Taylor Wimpey has been chosen as the preferred bidder for the £1bn redevelopment of two housing estates in Battersea, London.
UK-based multidisciplinary consultancy Mott MacDonald has won a contract from the Royal College of Art (RCA) to serve as the lead consultant on its new education facility at the university’s Battersea South campus in London, UK.