• Construction work on Cycleway 4, a major new London cycle route between Tower Bridge and Greenwich, has reached another significant milestone.
  • Kier has completed and handed over the new multi-million pound Global Centre of Innovation at Infineum’s UK headquarters, near Didcot
  • Contractors have agreed to create 560 jobs and hundreds of new apprenticeships in the construction industry by 2025.
  • Most of the hotels across the capital that have planning permission, or are already under construction are based in Westminster (48), adding over 6,800 new guest rooms. A further 12 are in the Heathro ...
  • Galliard Homes has acquired a £140m residential development site about London’s new Tottenham Court Road Crossrail station.
  • Hopkins House was designed by Michael and Patty Hopkins as their own home. We take a look at the lightweight steel and glass house as part of our series on high-tech architecture.
  • BOLD new plans have been unveiled to revamp and rename Gretna Gateway Outlet Village in a multi-million pound investment by its owners.
  • Enfield Council has agreed to plans that will transform two adjacent Edmonton estates, dramatically improving residents’ lives.  
  • Stanton Williams used glazing to give patients and the public a chance to celebrate the little-seen work of clinicians and researchers.
  • Three Rivers District Council has opened 17 flats, which have now all been filled, in Bury Lane, Rickmansworth.
  • Unlike the tunnel boring machines, which are constructing the Thames Tideway sewer itself along with two connection tunnels, Ward & Burke's pipe-jacking machines are unmanned excavators that are contr ...
  • Plans to turn a four-storey underground car park in London into a shopping and leisure complex should act as a “spring board” for similar schemes across the UK, according to an engineering group dedic ...
  • London’s Cavendish Square is set to be transformed into a subterranean mixed-use destination, with an investment in excess of 100 million pounds, to turn the area into the “Oasis” of Oxford Street in ...
  • The Brutalist building was designed by Ernő Goldfinger, an architect who inspired authors, including Ian Fleming.
  • London-based architecture and interiors company, TR Studio, have unveiled the transformation of a private residential property off the King’s Road in Chelsea, London.
  • Margaret Hanson, chief executive of national mental health and wellbeing charity Imagine Independence, calls for a unified culture change to tackle mental illness in the construction sector. 
  • Floor lamps aren’t just a functional element meant to light a dim space. They can further the aesthetic of the room and be a design focal point.
  • Plans to build the UK’s first commercial-scale Bio-Substitute Natural Gas (BioSNG) plant have been approved by the council.
  • Architecture studio Muf has built an open-air playground, featuring a geometrical climbing structure and a stage for performances.
  • The Etex Group is investing £140 million in a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Bristol.


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