UK-based residential developer Court Collaboration has secured planning consent from the Birmingham City Council, UK to deliver a build-to-rent development at the former Irish Centre in Deritend.
UK-based property management company Bywater Properties along with its joint venture partner Ashmour has commenced work to revamp a Grade A office building in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
UK-based construction firm Durkan has secured planning consent for the development of 293 new homes in St Neots, Cambridgeshire in England.
UK-based Willmott Dixon has been chosen by the Kent County Council to build a three-storey satellite facility for Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys in Sevenoaks, a town in Kent, London.
BAM Danmark has been awarded a design and build contract for a community school in Kødbyen by the City of Copenhagen, Denmark.
UK-based property development and investment firm Osborne+Co has secured planning approval from the Glasgow City Council to transform the City of Glasgow College building into a mixed-use project.
Construction services firm ISG has been selected for £35m framework by the Department for Education (DfE) to build three new schools in the UK.
Dutch construction company Heijmans along with its partners has won a contract to build 735 new student residences on the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) campus in the Netherlands.
UK-based Conygar Investment has submitted a planning application for the first major phase of the £650m Island Quarter mixed-use development in Nottingham, UK.
British real estate investment trust (REIT) company SEGRO has announced the start of construction works at the SEGRO Logistics Park Northampton Gateway.
Swedish real estate company Castellum has secured approval from the City of Stockholm for the construction on the new Infinity office project in Stockholm, Sweden.
Swedish construction firm Skanska has secured a contract worth about SEK2bn ($241m) from British Land to construct a new office building in London, the UK.
Citycon has signed an agreement with construction company Skanska for the construction of four residential towers that form a part of the Lippulaiva urban development project in Finland.The four residential towers with four to 14 storeys and 275 apartments will be constructed in the north-western end of Lippulaiva.Construction of the towers will commence in spring 2021 and will be completed at the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023.This project is considered to be a critical step in the firm’s push to expand its residential business.Eight residential towers, including 550 new apartments, will be built on the project site.On 2 December, the preliminary agreement was signed on selling residential building rights of two towers to construction company Hausia.Skanska is also serving as the primary contractor for the shopping centre part of the Lippulaiva urban development project.The contract agreement regarding the shopping centre was signed with Skanska in October 2019.The total price of the signed contract with regard to the residentials is around €50m with VAT.Citycon property development director Risto Seppo said: “We chose Skanska as our partner on the basis of the received tenders and after the development stage, and we are convinced that by choosing the same construction company as both the builder of the shopping centre and the residentials, we will significantly minimise the risks during construction as well as insure the same high quality.”Skanska district manager Jorma Seppä said: "I am delighted that our cooperation with Citycon also continues on residential buildings. In this diverse entity, we utilize Skanska's expertise extensively, from design and procurement to construction.”Currently, Citycon has undertaken a redevelopment project for Lippulaiva, with the previously demolished shopping centre being replaced with an urban hub that will feature a new and modern shopping centre along with the residential towers and a metro station.The new Lippulaiva project will feature a total of 30,000m2 of residential building space, besides 44,000m2 of commercial space housing around 100 different units such as grocery stores, cafés, restaurants, etc. Citycon chief development officer Erik Lennhammar said: “Lippulaiva is an excellent example of Citycon’s strategy, and we are now taking a big step forward in its implementation.
The University of Reading has signed an agreement with affiliates of Commonwealth Real Estate for a long lease of land at the university’s Thames Valley Science Park campus in Berkshire, the UK, for the development of new £200m film studios and creative media campus.
UK-based Connected Living London has received approval from the Lambeth Council's Planning Committee for its proposal to deliver 139 new homes for rent.
The University of Plymouth has secured conditional planning approval for its new engineering and design facility, Babbage building, from Plymouth City Council.
Manchester Metropolitan University has announced that the construction is set to begin on the new Science and Engineering buildings in January next year.
Galleries25 has been appointed by Wigan Council to deliver £130m Galleries Shopping Centre redevelopment in Wigan, UK.
Birmingham City Council has agreed to form a joint venture (JV) with Lendlease Europe, a real estate and investment group, for the development of £1.9bn Birmingham Smithfield project in the UK.
US-based real estate firm Hines has begun construction on logistics centre in Hamm-Uentrop, Germany.