Built Environment Projects

  • Green light for £250m London riverside housing scheme

    / 24 January /
      The planned 500,000 sq ft development located near Wandsworth Bridge will accommodate 242 apartments spread over 12 floors with a central landscaped garden as well as 35,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space.
  • Planning application submitted for £150m Woking town centre scheme

    / 23 January /
      The £150m mixed-use scheme to be located in Woking in Surrey is designed by architects Benoy and Pick Everard.   The high-rise retail project is a joint venture between Peacocks shopping centre owner Moyallen, Surrey County Council and Woking Borough Council.
  • Bidding begins for £100m M25 Junction 30 scheme

    / 22 January /
      The M25 J30/A13 Corridor Congestion Relieving Scheme will cost a net of £150m, making it the most expensive junction upgrade project in the history of the roads programme.   Amongst the planned improvement works are the widening ...
  • Birmingham City Uni reveals £58m expansion plan

    / 22 January /
      The £58m investment marks the beginning of the third phase of £180m masterplan designed by Associated Architects. The project includes moving the current eight university campuses to two: the South Campus in Edgbaston and the City Centre Campus near Millennium Point.
  • London Mayor in favour of 700-home Royal Mail scheme

    / 21 January /
      Royal Mail Group, a newly privatised company, asked the Mayor to step in over the future of London’s largest building site – in Farringdon Road.   The 1 million square feet residential-led scheme has met opposition from the...
  • New bidders for £120m Big Box project

    / 18 January /
      The bidding competition last year for the delivery of the £120m Box Encapsulation Plant Product Store and Direct Import Facility proved to be unsuccessful as there was a general lack of interest for the project.
  • Subcontractors sought for £29m leisure centres

    / 18 January /
      The construction company, Wates, will host a number of events next week in order to meet potential suppliers and subcontractors for its proposed projects - the £15m Ellesmere Port Sport and Leisure Village and £14m Northwich Memorial Court.
  • Go-ahead for 300-room Manchester hotel

    / 17 January /
      McAleer & Rushe has been selected as the main contractor on the 165,000 sq. ft. new scheme, which has been designed by Urban Innovations. The scheme is allegedly a part of the wider regeneration plans creating many construction jobs for the area surrounding Piccadilly station.
  • Proposals for £85m secure college

    / 16 January /
      According to the plans, around 320 young offenders, aged between 12 and 17-years-old, will be accommodated in the facility, which is to be located next to Glen Parva Youth Offenders Institute.   The construction works on building the E...