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How the completed 22 Bishopgate development will look.
City of London to get Europe’s fastest lifts after contract award

Billy Wood

Occupants at the new 22 Bishopsgate development in the City of London will soon be hurtling towards the clouds at upwards of 30 km per hour when the building opens…

Snow Hill Wakefield Pre-Commencement on Site
New Contracts for the New Year

Claire Quinn

Applebridge Construction has had a fantastic start to 2017 by successfully securing two new contracts in Whitby and Wakefield. The Groundwork’s and Civil Engineering Company will be working on the new housing development at High…

Customer Service of the New Generation


From a simple customer service to solving the business problems The Call-center is the main department responsible for receiving and processing of customer requests in many companies. Its main task is…

London Euston Station - concourse
Government to award £2.75bn HS2 fleet contract

Richard Bell

The Government has this morning (January 20) embarked on the hunt for a company to create its fleet of HS2 trains. The contract, worth £2.75bn, will see the firm chosen design…

L to R: James Eaglesham of the County Durham Community Foundation with local residents Judith Wood,
Stockton wind farm reaches official completion

Jamie Hardesty

The new Lambs Hill Wind Farm, found in Stillington near Stockton on Tees, is up and running following successful construction and subsequent testing.   Cheetham Hill Construction, the site’s main contractor…

Cllr Samantha Dixon, Cllr Derek Butler, Ashley Rogers, Cllr Dilwyn Roberts, Colin Brew and Ken Skate
PM backs £1bn rail vision creating 70,000 jobs

Bernard Stuart

PRIME Minister Theresa May has backed a campaign to secure £1bn of rail improvements which would transform the North Wales and Cheshire regional economy and deliver 70,000 new jobs over…

Money and House on Scales
26,000 rented homes ‘to be lost by 2020’

Ajay Jagota

Experts believe almost 26,000 of the North East’s cheapest rental homes could be lost between 2012 and 2020 – and one property campaigner believes this is “yet more evidence of…

Big Ben & Palace of Westminster
Government recruits four leading British entrepreneurs to help drive Industrial Strategy

Jamie Hardesty

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has announced the recruitment of four new non-executive board members. Such members are experts from outside government who provide oversight and challenge to…

No Picture
Delegation Visits ATM System Test Site in France

Robert Platt

Delegates from the European Commission (EC) and the Innovation and Network Executive Agency (INEA) have visited the Marseille Air Traffic Control Centre (ACC) in France, one of two sites testing…

 St Nicholas Building which is undergoing a £1m refurbishment by Naylors.
Naylors wins £1m St. Nicholas Building contract

Jamie Hardesty

Commercial property firm Naylors has been appointed to manage a £1m capital investment project at Newcastle’s St. Nicholas Building. The office building, which stands opposite St Nicholas Cathedral, is benefitting from…

Sean Bullick, Co-chair of the Northern BIDs Group.
Changes in government legislation opens doors for Northern Property Owner BIDs

Jamie Hardesty

North East property owners could soon be able to collectively invest in the improvement of the region’s cities, following the government’s inclusion of Property Owner BIDs as part of its 2017…

Kier employees training at AIS facilities
AIS Training to upskill Kier North Tyneside staff

Jamie Hardesty

North Shields-based AIS Training has won a contract with Kier North Tyneside, a partnership between Kier and North Tyneside Council to improve the area’s council housing, to upskill employees in scaffolding inspection. Kier…