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Sixteen companies have been shortlisted for a new development framework with Transport for London, worth up to £3.6bn.
Three major contractors have become the latest to confirm their plans to bid for High Speed 2 enabling and main works packages.
Four major developers have urged politicians to “get on with Crossrail 2” to aid development in the capital.
High Speed 2 is a “grotesque waste of taxpayers’ money” that will see “great tracts of concrete laid across the countryside”, Jeremy Paxman has said.
Acting leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman has revealed the new shadow cabinet, as the party awaits a leadership contest following its dismal performance in the general election.
Crossrail chief engineer Chris Dulake has moved to High Speed 2, completing the project’s new construction executive team.
People are taking to cycling in record numbers which has been recognised by government with the Cycle City Ambition Grants to improve facilities in towns and cities and get more people cycling.
As politicians battle for votes, the business community is preparing for what might come next.
Costain and Lafarge Tarmac have collaborated closer than ever before while working on the Heysham to M6 link road, merging staff onto single management teams and creating substantial sustainability benefits and cost savings.
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