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Construction sector continues growing

Construction sector continues growing

Construction sector growth in Britain slowed down in July amid an atmosphere of political uncertainty.

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Gatwick unveils new five-year spending plan

Gatwick unveils new five-year spending plan

Gatwick Airport has unveiled a major spending programme for the next five years.

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Liverpool and Birmingham pass first Games test

Liverpool and Birmingham pass first Games test

Birmingham and Liverpool have both cleared the first hurdle in the race to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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Government unveils finding for five stations

Government unveils finding for five stations

Five new railway stations are on the way with the help of government funding.

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Manchester's 'vertical village' approved

Manchester's 'vertical village' approved

The record for Manchester's tallest building will now be held by three different structures in four years.

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Chelsea to borrow for Stamford Bridge construction plan

Chelsea to borrow for Stamford Bridge construction plan

Chelsea are in talks with banks over borrowing funds to expand Stamford Bridge.

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Intu outlines expansion plans

Intu outlines expansion plans

Intu is to spend £679 million on extending its estate of shopping centres.

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MCC rejects housing plan for Lord's

MCC rejects housing plan for Lord's

Plans to fund the rebuilding of two stands at Lord's Cricket ground through a property scheme have been abandoned.

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Summit to be held as northern cities demand more cash

Summit to be held as northern cities demand more cash

Northern cities are to demand more cash for infrastructure as the fallout from the Crossrail 2 decision continues.

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Government finally commits to Crossrail 2

Government finally commits to Crossrail 2

The government has reached a deal with London mayor Sadiq Khan over Crossrail 2.

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Twin deals push Burgess Hill town centre project forward

Twin deals push Burgess Hill town centre project forward

A major expansion of the main shopping centre in Burgess Hill is poised to get underway after two key deals were signed by the developer.

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Minister backs privately-funded railway station in Cardiff

Minister backs privately-funded railway station in Cardiff

Transport secretary Chris Grayling has publicly backed proposals for a privately funded railway station on the edge of Cardiff.

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New prison gets the green light

New prison gets the green light

A new prison is to be built in Yorkshire after getting the green light from the council.

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Government unveils HS2 station developer shortlist

Government unveils HS2 station developer shortlist

The government has revealed which companies are in the running for major station contracts.

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New stadium clears final legal hurdle

New stadium clears final legal hurdle

Work will soon start on York's new stadium after the last legal challenge to the project failed.

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Blackpool hotel scheme gets planning permission

Blackpool hotel scheme gets planning permission

Planning permission has been granted for a new hotel scheme that will be central to the regeneration of Blackpool town centre.

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Manchester 'eyesore' wall to go in redesign

Manchester 'eyesore' wall to go in redesign

The notorious 'Berlin Wall' in Manchester's Piccadilly Gardens will be replaced if planning permission is granted for a new pavilion.

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HS2 phase 2 route revealed

HS2 phase 2 route revealed

There has been mixed news for threatened housing estates as the route for phase 2 of HS2 was revealed.

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HS2 contracts announced

HS2 contracts announced

The government has announced the award of several large contracts to build bridges and tunnels in the first phase of HS2.

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ProRoll leaves an impression on contractors

ProRoll leaves an impression on contractors

After using Knauf ProRoll, the new roller-applied range of finishing and surface-levelling ready-mixed plaster, Matthew Harris was left in no doubt that the product is a game-changer for his business and his contractors.

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