Lend Lease has announced that it will now be known as Lendlease, with the firm having ditched its blue logo for green.
Lend Lease has reported a 25 per cent half-year profit rise on the back of a strong performance from its European business
Lend Lease has landed a contract with Legal & General Property to build a £75m mixed-use scheme in West London.
HS2 Ltd has appointed Lend Lease’s former procurement and supply chain chief Nigel McKay as its new head of construction procurement.
Five contractors have been appointed to design and build up to £250m worth of Ministry of Defence schemes in Scotland.
Southwark Council has awarded Lend Lease detailed planning permission for the second phase of its £1.5bn regeneration of Elephant and Castle.
A joint venture between Balfour Beatty and Places for People is understood to be favourite to build a major housing development at the Queen Elizabeth Park.
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation has selected 12 shortlisted bidders for each of its South-east and South-west Next Generation Estates frameworks.
Essential Living has made two further hires to its team, with senior poaches from Lend Lease and CBRE.
Lend Lease is understood to be in pole position to bag a £230m contract to revamp Land Securities’ Buchanan Galleries shopping centre in Glasgow.
Over 180 UCATT members at crane company HTC Plant Limited have been sent ballot papers today following a dispute over pay.
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