Enfield Council has submitted plans for the construction of up to 2,300 homes and a park on the site of the £6bn Meridian Water scheme in London.
Italian construction firm Salini Impregilo has signed two investment agreements worth a combined €400m (£365m), in support of its Project Italy which aims to strengthen the national sector of public works and construction.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has selected UK-based construction and property services company, Willmott Dixon, to deliver new members’ centre at Wimbledon in South-West London, UK.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has announced that it will provide up to €385m (£316.4m) to Saudi Arabia’s Alfanar to fund the construction of 547MW Lanuza onshore wind project in Spain.
The UK government has agreed to invest £24m in constructing a new relief road in Wokingham to reduce congestion, increase employment and create opportunities for greener forms of travel.
Balfour Beatty Living Places has secured a £34m extension of the Warwickshire Highways Maintenance contract from Coventry City Council, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council.
French company Engie has won contracts worth more than £200m from the University of Leicester for a student accommodation and regeneration scheme.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has agreed to provide €149m (£122m) to Ukrainian utility Ukrenergo to support the country in upgrading its power transmission network.
British property development and investment company Hammerson has submitted a planning application to the Birmingham City Council for the regeneration of its Martineau Galleries site in Birmingham.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) have approved €1.255bn (£1.13bn) and €300m (£271.6m) funding respectively for the School Buildings Plan in Italy.
The Welsh government has granted approval for the development of the Cardiff bus interchange on the north side of Cardiff Central railway station.
International construction company John Sisk & Son has won a contract, worth £78m, from a joint venture of Highways England and Walsall Council to upgrade Junction 10 of the M6 motorway in Walsall, UK.
Everton Football Club has unveiled designs for its proposed stadium, which would be built on semi-derelict dockland in North Liverpool in England, UK.
A joint venture between property development and investment firm Hammerson and Irish property developer Ballymore has submitted revised plans to the Greater London Authority (GLA) for the regeneration of the Bishopsgate Goodsyard to create a 10-acre mixed-use scheme in Shoreditch, east London.
Galliford Try’s Building business has been selected by The Portman Estate for a £55m project to rebuild 1-4 Marble Arch in London.
Leeds-based property developer Rushbond Group, in partnership with residential development firm Gold and Amber, has submitted planning application for a residential-led mixed-use development on the site of Leeds’ first railway station in the UK.
Specialist building envelope contractor Prater has been awarded a contract to deliver the full envelope package for redevelopment work at Manchester Airport’s Terminal 2.
HBIS Group Serbia Iron & Steel, a subsidiary of Chinese company HBIS, has broken ground on a $120m (£96.1m) project for the construction of a new sinter plant at the Zelezara Smederevo steel mill in Serbia.
Prysmian Group has been awarded a contract, worth €700m (£628.2m), for the development of 1.4GW Viking Link power cable between Britain and Denmark.
Strabag Real Estate has completed and hand over the developed hotel building in Warsaw, Poland to hotel operator Motel One.