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New planning consent has been granted for a major regeneration project at Brent Cross Cricklewood in north London.
UK infrastructure planning requires a more “methodical approach” rather than presenting schemes such as High Speed 3 “without any real background analysis”, according to Sir John Armitt.
The Highways Agency has appointed former Heathrow Airports Holdings chief executive Colin Matthews as its new non-executive chairman.
Reshuffle latest: Construction minister Michael Fallon is the new defence secretary, with Matthew Hancock taking over his previous role.
Breaking: A Ferrovial/ Laing O’Rourke joint venture has been named preferred bidder for the huge Northern Line Extension contract.
The government has announced £6bn of funding for local infrastructure and housing improvements across England.
Austerity, HS2 and electioneering are all having different effects on highways work, says Eric Wright Civil Engineering MD Diane Bourne.
The north-east of Scotland has been economically buoyant ever since the discovery of offshore oil and gas. With construction still booming, how can contractors take advantage and what challenges will they face?
From tackling an unexpected cutting collapse to improving saturated ground, the project has thrown up a range of challenges.
Capturing the rise in capital values of existing residential and commercial developments could fund transport infrastructure improvements.