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Plans approved for £350m scheme

Source: Glenigan

Outline plans have now been approved, subject to conditions, for the Selly Oak regeneration project in Birmingham. The £350 million scheme for Sainsburys (through their Harvest Joint Venture) and Land Securities has been designed by Turley Associates and Glenn Howells Architects and will include a supermarket, other shops, student accommodation and a Life Sciences campus.


Plans approved for 1,400 homes

Source: Glenigan

Outline plans have now been formally approved following the signing of the 106 legal agreement for the Boorley Green development in Botley, near Southampton. The scheme for Ashill Developments and MacDonald Hotels will include 1,400 homes, employment and community facilities. The masterplanners are John Thompson & Partners Ltd.


Contractor awarded £15m junction works

Source: Glenigan

Luton Borough Council have appointed Volker Fitzpatrick to carry out the £15 million M1 Junction 10a Junction Improvement Works. Preparatory works commenced early December 2013 and main work is to commence early 2014. Construction will involve the removal of the roundabout and widening of the M1 spur road to three lanes to provide a continuous east-west carriageway with a speed limit of 50 mph. Two new roundabouts will be built to allow road users to join and leave London Road and the M1 spur. London Road itself would be realigned to pass under the M1 spur, with pedestrians and cycle routes also provided.


MWH Treatment wins £48m biomass contract

Source: Glenigan

MWH Treatment has bagged a £48m contract to design, build and maintain a new Birmingham biomass plant that has been part-funded by the Green Investment Bank.


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