British kitchen retailer Wren Kitchens has secured permission from North Lincolnshire Council for the construction of a £120 m ($150m) kitchen manufacturing facility behind the existing factory in Barton-upon-Humber.
Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment (MGE), in partnership with GEK TERNA, has unveiled its concept for the first integrated resort and casino (IRC), named INSPIRE Athens, in Hellinikon, Athens, Greece.
UK-based construction company Wates Construction has been selected by Liverpool City Council to build a 200-bed cruise terminal hotel as part of the city’s major waterfront regeneration project.
U+I Group has submitted a planning application to Manchester City Council for developing a £1.4bn ($1.7bn) mixed-use project in the city centre.
Renewable energy investor Greencoat Capital has announced a £120m ($147.9m) project to build two greenhouses at farmland sites near Norwich and Bury St Edmunds in the UK.
Property development and investment firm British Land has secured planning permission from the Southwark Council Planning Committee for the 53-acre, mixed-use scheme at Canada Water in London, UK.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to provide SEK3bn (€300m) loan to Swedish residential company Heimstaden Bostad to finance the construction of affordable and energy efficient housing.
Hungarian oil and gas company MOL Group has laid the foundation stone for its €1.2bn (£1.06bn) petrochemical plant in Tiszaújváros, Hungary.
UK-based Mackley Construction has been selected by Portsmouth City Council to complete the next phase of £58m North Portsea Island Coastal Defence Scheme in England.
BAM Construction has been selected as a preferred contractor by the UK-based property developer Commercial Estates Group (CEG) for the first phase of £350m South Bank regeneration scheme in Leeds, UK.
Skanska has secured additional contracts worth SEK4.2bn (£348m) from Region Skåne for the construction of a new healthcare building in Malmö, Sweden.
Construction and infrastructure services provider Kier has broken ground on the new main block of a 950-pupil school at Uplands Community College in Wadhurst, England.
House builder and partnership housing company Inland Homes has secured final planning sign off for its £350m Wilton Park development on a 100-acre site in Buckinghamshire, South East England.
US-based infrastructure firm Aecom has been selected by Ards and North Down Borough Council in Northern Ireland, UK as a consultant for its £60m Bangor Waterfront project.
German chemicals company Evonik has broken ground on €400m (£354m) chemical complex in Marl, Germany.
Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust has selected UK-based construction company Kier Group to deliver the new imaging centre at Royal Brompton Hospital in the UK.
UK-based construction company Kier Group has broken ground on the £253m resettlement prison in Wellingborough, UK.
John Sisk & Son has been selected by the City of York Council as construction partner to deliver enabling infrastructure works worth up to £155m for the York Central project.
Norwegian data centre owner and operator DigiPlex has broken ground on two new green data centres in Oslo, Norway.
British construction firm McLaren has been awarded a contract for the construction of a £190m residential development in London’s Fitzrovia in the UK.The project is being developed by a joint venture of Art-Invest Real Estate UK, German real estate developer ECE, and Dukelease Properties.