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Sunday25 September 2016

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Jim O'Neill

Infrastructure tsar Jim O'Neill quits government

23 Sep 16 | By Iain Withers

First resignation of Theresa May’s cabinet

Albert Square

BBC seeks contractor for Albert Square re-build

23 Sep 16 | By Louise Dransfield

The infamous soap’s set is to be completely re-built at the corporation’s Elstree studios

Neil Kinnock

Infrastructure body has been ‘wrecked’, says Kinnock

23 Sep 16 | By Mark Leftly

Lack of statutory independence for National Infrastructure Commission will mean it cannot take long-term decisions, says former Labour leader

Runway decision could 'put commission's future into question'

23 Sep 16 | By Dave Rogers, Joey Gardiner

Industry figures warn that government must not ignore independent advice

Work experience person on construction site

Major companies back careers campaign to attract new talent

23 Sep 16 | By Dave Rogers

Building magazine and charity join forces to encourage school pupils to try out construction roles

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Albert Square

BBC seeks contractor for Albert Square re-build

23 Sep 16

The infamous soap’s set is to be completely re-built at the corporation’s Elstree studios

Arena Central Make

Make behind latest building at Birmingham development

22 Sep 16

Arena Central scheme has £400m price tag

Herzog & de Meuron Chelsea

Chelsea FC to warn builders of bat threat

22 Sep 16

Premier League club’s plan for £500m new stadium threatened by endangered animals

Richmond College

Atkins wins planning for £100m college

20 Sep 16

New college in Richmond due to open by summer 2018

Riverwalk by Stanton Williams

Sir Robert McAlpine completes MI6 flats

19 Sep 16

Riverside flats are first venture by Gerald Ronson’s new outfit

Garden Bridge

Another Garden Bridge legal challenge thrown out

16 Sep 16

Opponents mull appeal against court decision

Paddington Cube

Sellar's Paddington Cube in for planning

14 Sep 16

Decision on Renzo Piano scheme by end of year

Birmingham HS2 station

Birmingham finds £1bn for HS2 regeneration

14 Sep 16

Local funds pave way for 141-hectare city centre redevelopment

Rex - Perelman Performing Arts Centre - south-west

Last piece of World Trade Center masterplan

13 Sep 16

Glowing $243m cube will be clad in translucent marble

Niall McLaughlin Architects and Kim Wilkie - Natural History Museum in South Kensington

Green light for Natural History Museum facelift

13 Sep 16

Kim Wilkie and Purcell also worked on approved plans

Chapan Taylor Holiday Inn

Hotel made out of shipping containers starts on site

13 Sep 16

Holiday Inn will have 220 rooms

Populous' Tottenham Hotspur stadium

Spurs buys five cranes for £400m stadium build

9 Sep 16

New £400m ground is being built right next to White Hart Lane

Here East Grimshaw

Grimshaw wins ex-Olympic media centre fit-out role

9 Sep 16

Former Olympic press centre being turned into tech and media hub

Shepherd's Bush Market

Shepherd’s Bush Market plans scrapped

9 Sep 16

New developer abandons scheme after court battle

Peninsula Hotel, Hyde Park Corner

Luxury architect bags Hyde Park hotel role

9 Sep 16

US designer Peter Marino will have a £200m budget to play with on Peninsula Hotel fit-out

Lewis building Birmingham

Willmott Dixon bags latest Brum fit out

8 Sep 16

The Lewis building was originally a department store

HSBC Sheffield Retail Quarter

HSBC commits to Sheffield's £480m retail quarter

7 Sep 16

Long-planned city centre scheme gets a boost

Translation & Innovation Hub Imperial College London White City Campus

Laing O'Rourke hands over £200m uni hub

7 Sep 16

The hub is part of Imperial College London’s White City Campus development

245 Hammersmith

Lendlease inks £103m Hammersmith job

6 Sep 16

Third London scheme by Mitsubishi Estate London and Legal & General partnership

Bloc Grand Central

Brum's 25-storey Bloc hotel approved

6 Sep 16

The 238-room hotel will be within walking distance of New Street Station

Airport

Online poll: Heathrow expansion

23 Sep 16

Will the government opt to expand Heathrow when it finally announces its decision on airport capacity? Vote here

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Kier slips to loss but CEO says it's dodging Brexit fallout

22 Sep 16 | By Iain Withers

Construction group suffers £140m of writedowns but reports minimal referendum impact

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Wood Wharf - Allies Morrison master plan

Waterman reels in Canary Wharf expansion work

22 Sep 16 | By Dave Rogers

Consultant’s full year results out on October 10

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Floods

Bonfield flooding review to call for stronger partnerships

14 Sep 16 | By Yoosof Farah

Peter Bonfield review will say insurers must work with construction and government to prepare for floods

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Finance

Wood Wharf - Allies Morrison master plan

Waterman reels in Canary Wharf expansion work

22 Sep 16 | By Dave Rogers

Consultant’s full year results out on October 10

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Knight Architects - Helsinki Crown Bridges project - Kruunuvuorensilta

WSP wins go-ahead for Finland's longest bridge

23 Sep 16 | By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Helsinki authorities approve €259m Crown Bridges project

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London skyline Cheesegrater

Architects' confidence back up, but not in London

23 Sep 16 | By Dave Rogers

Workload barometer back in the black but firms in capital still fretting

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Jim O'Neill

Infrastructure tsar Jim O'Neill quits government

23 Sep 16 | By Iain Withers

First resignation of Theresa May’s cabinet

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Housebuilding

One million housing target 'not realistic', says expert

22 Sep 16 | By Dave Rogers, Joey Gardiner

Skills gap author says aim to build 200,000 homes a year this parliament ‘needs reality check’

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Richmond College

Atkins wins planning for £100m college

20 Sep 16 | By Yoosof Farah

New college in Richmond due to open by summer 2018

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Jim O'Neill

Infrastructure tsar Jim O'Neill quits government

23 Sep 16 | By Iain Withers

First resignation of Theresa May’s cabinet

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Lime Street scheme

Appeal against £39m Liverpool Lime Street regen rejected

3 Aug 16 | By Yoosof Farah

Mixed-use scheme to go ahead

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Work experience person on construction site

Major companies back careers campaign to attract new talent

23 Sep 16 | By Dave Rogers

Building magazine and charity join forces to encourage school pupils to try out construction roles

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