A joint venture comprising Galliard Homes and Apsley House Capital have submitted plans to Birmingham City Council to build a £125m mixed-use scheme at the four-acre AE Harris site in the Jewellery Quarter, an area of central Birmingham, UK.
McLaren Construction has been selected for McLaren Property’s student accommodation development at The Oaks in Coventry, UK.
Work on the Royal Liverpool Hospital is set to restart, as the UK government has decided to end the private finance deal and continue work on the new hospital with public sector funding.
Wates Construction has been selected by Liverpool City Council to construct a new 200-bedroom, upscale hotel in the city.
Galliford Try Partnerships, in joint venture with Notting Hill Genesis, has secured planning consent for the second phase of development at Gallions Quarter as part of the wider regeneration of Royal Albert Wharf in East London.
Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure has been selected by Hackney Council via the Southern Construction Framework as preferred bidder for the development of the first phase of a mixed-use community in the UK for which both parties signed a pre-construction services agreement.
BAM has won a contract from ETH Zürich, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, for the construction of a new BSS laboratory and research centre on the Schällemätteli campus in Basel, Switzerland.
British consultancy and construction firm Mace has been appointed by residential owner and rental management company Get Living to build N06 East Village, a residential project in the UK.
Construction firm Willmott Dixon has been chosen by Winchester City Council to build a £38m Sport and Leisure Centre at Bar End in Winchester, UK.
Specialty chemicals manufacturer LANXESS is building a new multi-million euro plastics compounding facility at its Krefeld-Uerdingen site in Germany.
The Bristol Flyers, a professional basketball team based in Bristol, England, has unveiled plans for a new £100m sports arena at Ashton Gate stadium in south Bristol.
UK’s residential landlord Grainger has appointed Engie Regeneration as the main contractor for the Newbury PRS scheme, which will deliver 232 new homes for rent.
British online beauty and well-being company The Hut Group (THG) has agreed to develop 1m ft² of office and studio space at two sites in the Manchester Airport area as part of plans to invest more than $1bn in the North West over the next three years.
Osborne and Co has been chosen as development partner for Santander’s new technology headquarters in Milton Keynes, England.
Developer X1 and property consultancy Knight Knox have secured planning permission from the Leeds City Council for X1 South Bank, a £210m mixed-use development and next stage in the South Bank regeneration scheme.
Infrastructure group Balfour Beatty has been selected by the University of Strathclyde for the construction of a £60m learning and teaching building in Glasgow, Scotland.
Bristol City Council has secured approval from the city’s planning committee for the construction of 350 market and affordable homes at Hartcliffe Campus in south Bristol, UK.
Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure has won a contract from Extra MSA Group to construct the main buildings at a £60m Motorway Service Area (MSA) at Junction 45 of the M1 in Leeds, UK.
As many as 3,000 homes will be built on the remaining three legacy sites – Stratford Waterfront, Pudding Mill and Rick Roberts Way – at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park over the next 12 years, of which affordable housing will be increased to 50%.
Westferry Developments has submitted a new planning application to London Borough of Tower Hamlets for the development of a new waterfront mixed-use scheme on the former Westferry Printworks site.