British construction company Graham has secured a £113m contract to deliver a 1,400-bed student accommodation project for the University of York as part of a ‘Campus Masterplan’.
Spanish construction company OHL has won a €134m contract from Adif, state-owned railway infrastructure manager under the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, for the construction of the Mondragón-Elorrio-Bergara section of the Vitoria-Bilbao-San Sebastián High Velocity Railway in a joint venture (UTE).
Homes England, the national housing and regeneration agency for England, has announced deals with eight housing associations to deliver 14,280 additional affordable homes across the country by March 2022 under the first wave of the new partnership.
Peel Lifestyle Outlets has submitted a planning application for the next phase of the Glasgow waterfront regeneration to transform 350,000ft² as part of the mixed-use development at Glasgow Harbour in Scotland, UK.
French energy and services group Engie and Swiss investment manager SUSI Partners have signed financing agreements for Project Tonstad, a 208MW wind farm in Norway.
Property investment and development group Conygar Investment has submitted planning application to the Nottingham City Council for a new mixed-use scheme on the former Boots Island site in Nottingham, UK.
Regeneration developer and investor U+I has been appointed by Anglian Water and Cambridge City Council as master planner and promoter to develop a residential-led mixed-use urban quarter at the existing water recycling centre in north Cambridge.
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has given approval for the proposals for a multi-million-pound redevelopment of Stockport’s bus station in the UK.
French civil engineering firm Colas Group has won two contracts valued at €63m for the construction of the second tramway line in Angers, along with ancillary road works, in France.
UK-based Fruition Properties has received planning approval for the construction of a 20-storey residential tower, 2,300ft2 of commercial space, a new church, nursery and community facilities at Old Oak and Park Royal on Scrubs Lane, near Kensal Green, in NW10 area.
Havering and Wates Regeneration, a joint venture between the London Borough of Havering and Wates Residential, has appointed a team of consultants to work on phase one of the Havering regeneration project in London.
The London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP),the local enterprise partnership for London, has approved plans for £300m regeneration of the Royal Docks in east London.
J.C. Bamford Excavators, known as JCB, is set to build a new plant in Staffordshire, UK that will entail an investment of more than £50m.
Pembrokeshire County Council has decided to unanimously approve a revision to the outline planning consent of the Port of Milford Haven’s Milford Waterfront development project.
Bosch Group has laid the foundation stone for a €1bn wafer fab facility in Saxony state capital of Dresden, Germany.
The UK government has rejected plans for the construction of a £1.3bn tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay as it would be too expensive compared to alternatives such as offshore wind farms and nuclear energy.
Construction began on the first phase of Hamburg Innovation Port, a 70,000m² mixed-use development at the inner harbour of Hamburg-Harburg in Hanse City, Germany.
The UK Parliament has given approval for the construction of a third runway at Heathrow Airport, which is expected to cost more than £14bn.
Sirius Minerals has broken ground on the first part of a 23-mile tunnel at Wilton International, close to the former Redcar steelworks, which will be used to transport fertilizer between North Yorkshire and Teesside for export.
Italian company Astaldi Group has won four new construction contracts in Italy, Poland, Sweden and Mexico. The company’s share in the contracts is worth €243m.