A joint venture between Hammerson and Ballymore has unveiled revised proposals for the regeneration of the Bishopsgate Goodsyard to create a 10-acre, mixed-use urban quarter in Shoreditch, east London.
London and Continental Railways, a property development firm, has selected ISG to deliver its £200m retail, leisure and cultural development at Waterloo station in London.
VINCI Construction UK has been selected as the preferred bidder by Cheshire West and Council for the Chester Northgate development in the UK.
Aviva Investors, the asset management business of Aviva, has agreed to form a long-term partnership with UK property investment and development company Allied London to create Enterprise City at St John’s, Manchester’s newest city centre neighbourhood.
London-based developer Canary Wharf Group has topped out Ten Park Drive, the group’s first residential apartments on the Canary Wharf estate.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has submitted plans to Leeds City Council for two modern hospital buildings, including a dedicated Children’s Hospital, on the Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) site as part of a long-term vision called ‘Hospitals of the Future’.
BAM Deutschland, the German subsidiary of Dutch construction services company Royal BAM Group, has won two contracts, together worth more than €70m, for the construction of an office and residential building in Berlin and for the extension of the university hospital in Jena, located in east Germany.
UK-based Commercial Estates Group (CEG) has filed a planning application for the regeneration of 20-36 High Street Manchester, a vacant building which sits opposite the Arndale Centre.
Canary Wharf Group has unveiled plans for Wood Wharf, a new urban regeneration project in London, where the group plans to develop the former docks site by redeveloping a 23-acre site into five million ft² of mixed-use space.
Commercial Estates Group (CEG) has signed Section 106 legal planning agreement with Leeds City Council, enabling the group to go ahead with its proposals for a £350m development on a six-acre site off Globe Road and Water Lane in the South Bank, London.
UK-based home builder Countryside Properties, along with housing association L&Q, and land owner and partner GLA, has secured planning application from Deputy Mayor of London Jules Pipe for the £1bn development at Beam Park in East London.
Australian infrastructure group Lendlease and London and Continental Railways (LCR), wholly owned by the Department for Transport (DfT), have secured approval from the London Legacy Development Corporation for a new commercial building at the £2.4bn International Quarter London (IQL) in Stratford, London.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Capital & Regional (C&R), a real estate investment trust (REIT) focusing on the UK, has secured formal planning consent for the extension and development at The Mall Walthamstow within an enhanced two-acre Town Square, in London.
Bolton Council and Beijing Construction and Engineering Group International (BCEGI) have agreed on heads of terms for the Chinese company to join a consortium that will execute the £1bn town centre regeneration project.
York Central Partnership has submitted a planning application for York Central, one of the largest city centre brownfield sites in the UK.