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  • CONSTRUCTION COSTS IN LONDON ARE SET TO RISE BY 2.8% IN 2018, ACCORDING TO A STUDY BY QUANTITY SURVEYING FIRM TURNER & TOWNSEND. The 2.8% rise this year represent a slowing of build-cost inflation in ...
  • Residential landlord Grainger on Tuesday said that it had conditionally agreed to acquire a 261 home private rented sector, build to rent development in Milton Keynes from Peveril'Securities'Limited f ...
  • THE MAYOR OF LONDON HAS BOUGHT A SITE AT ST ANN'S HOSPITAL IN HARINGEY TO ENABLE THE DEVELOPMENT OF 800 NEW HOMES. The purchase from Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust, worth 'tens o ...
  • British Land has submitted an outline planning application for its Canada Water development, which will see the company develop 1.8m square feet (sq ft) of retail and residential space. The planning s ...
  • The Government has granted development consent for the '1bn'Silvertown Tunnel under the Thames in east London. The twin-bore road tunnel will be privately financed with the successful delivery partner ...
  • ERITH STARTS ENABLING WORK ON '825M PADDINGTON SQUARE

    02 May 2018 Construction Enquirer
    Demolition specialist Erith is starting enabling works on the '825m scheme to transform the area around Paddington Station in West London. The project being jointly developed by Sellars Group and Grea ...
  • A NEW REPORT FROM MARKIT ECONOMICS HAS REVEALED THAT ACTIVITY IN THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR HAS SHOWN A SOLID UPTURN AND SIGNALLED A MODERATE EXPANSION IN OVERALL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT UK CONSTRUCTION PMI ...
  • IS STEEL THE LEADING LIGHT ON DIGITAL TECH?

    02 May 2018 Construction Manager Magazine
    STRUCTURAL STEEL HAS USED DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND 3D MODELLING FAR LONGER THAN MOST PARTS OF THE CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAIN ' SO DOES THAT MEAN IT'S AHEAD OF THE GAME WITH BIM LEVEL'2 ADOPTION? NEIL GER ...
  • Plans for a '65m specialist hospital facility in Birmingham have been given the go-ahead by City Council planners. Vinci will build the Queen Elizabeth Hospital expansion scheme in Edgbaston, which wi ...
  • New research report, published by RICS, highlights benefits, implications, and losses for public authorities and communities by extending permitted development rights (PDR). With housing delivery high ...
  • NORTH WEST NEW HOUSING REGISTRATIONS OUTSTRIP LONDON

    30 Apr 2018 Construction Enquirer
    The North West is pitched into a housing boom after new figures revealed that new housing registrations in the region have now outstripped London. Latest NHBC figures for new homes to be built in the ...
  • IFMA APPROVES MOVE FOR A REGIONAL CHAPTER WITHIN THE UK

    30 Apr 2018 Facilities Management Journal
    The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) has approved a petition for the formation of a regional chapter within the UK. The new chapter will offer FM professionals direct localised sup ...
  • The warning comes after the introduction of a new monitoring and testing regime by the Timber Trade Federation after investigations into the plywood market revealed potential risks to merchants and tr ...
  • New survey by Scottish Chambers of Commerce and the Fraser of Allander Institute finds while some sectors such as construction remain fragile, companies are looking to fund training to improve their p ...
  • EUROPE APPROVES NEW RULES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

    18 Apr 2018 The construction index
    New rules approved yesterday by the European Parliament are intended to make buildings 'smarter' and more energy efficient while saving money and creating construction jobs. The changes are designed t ...
  • The number of tall towers planned for London has broken through the 500 mark for the first time. The pipeline has jumped 12% from last year's figure of 455 to a new high of 510, analysis by New London ...
  • Rail authority asks suppliers and contractors for input on its 'standards' Network Rail is asking contractors, suppliers and stakeholders for input on the way the railway and improvement projects are ...
  • Every day, delivery trucks flood London's main roads. The drivers are en route to different destinations, but many are on the road for the same reason: to meet the growing demand for last-mile deliver ...
  • The total number of build-to-rent homes completed, under construction and in planning across the UK has increased by 30% in the past year. The data, which is produced by Savills and commissioned by th ...
  • There is no doubt that the UK is in the midst of a brutal housing crisis. The slow supply of housing to meet demand will be exacerbated by the reduction in labour that will surely accompany Brexit. If ...
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100'S

At Olympia London's Grand Hall

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