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BMF confirms Mike Tattam as commercial director

BMF confirms Mike Tattam as commercial director

Mike Tattam has been appointed commercial director for the Builders Merchants Federation with effect from 1 April 2023. Tattam has a career spanning over 35 years working with manufacturer brands in senior commercial roles. He brings experience across heavyside and lightside sectors, and with national and independent merchants as well as...

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UK Landscape Barometer: October 2022 findings

UK Landscape Barometer: October 2022 findings

There has been a steady fall in enquires this year, similar to that of the lack of confidence in the industry. However, as the year comes to a close, we are seeing 6% of our respondents gain confidence in just one month (from 10% of respondents feeling more confident in November 2022 to 16% in December 2022). Enquiries are also slowly going up,...

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UK Landscape Barometer: September 2022 findings

UK Landscape Barometer: September 2022 findings

Confidence has taken another dive across the sectors compared to the previous month, but even more so compared to the same time last year, when confidence appeared to be on the up.   Design and build seems to have taken the biggest hit during September 2022. All respondents in this sector reported that their turnover had decreased from the...

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Green light for Cripplegate House refurbishment plan

Green light for Cripplegate House refurbishment plan

The City of London Corporation’s Planning and Transportation Committee has resolved to approve the refurbishment and extension of Cripplegate House, which will create 15,471 square metres of high-quality, Grade A flexible office floorspace together with a new community and cultural space. The refurbished and extended building at 1 Golden Lane –...

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UK Landscape Barometer: August 2022 findings

UK Landscape Barometer: August 2022 findings

The number of factors contributing to the lack of confidence within the landscaping industry keeps growing; the cost-of-living crisis, the threat of recession, the summer heat waves and overall uncertainty from clients themselves. Yet despite all of this, turnover remains steady with 50% of respondents reporting no change compared to last year...

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Selco gives staff £2.5m boost for cost-of-living crisis

Selco gives staff £2.5m boost for cost-of-living crisis

Selco is to unveil a £2.5m boost for its colleagues to help them deal with the ongoing cost-of-living crisis. Selco will provide 96% of its 3,000 colleagues with a payment of £750 spread over five months. The scheme will run from November until March, with £150 payments per individual each month, and has been implemented as a direct response to...

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Balfour Beatty appointed as sole contractor to Scape Civil Engineering frameworks worth up to a combined value of £4 billion

Balfour Beatty appointed as sole contractor to Scape Civil Engineering frameworks worth up to a combined value of £4 billion

Balfour Beatty, the international infrastructure group, today announces that it has been appointed as the sole contractor to both the SCAPE Civil Engineering framework, covering England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and the SCAPE Scotland Civil Engineering framework, covering the entirety of Scotland.  The frameworks are worth up to £3.25 billion...

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Peel L&P prepares TraffordCity site for Therme Manchester

Peel L&P prepares TraffordCity site for Therme Manchester

Plans to start work on the UK’s first city-based wellbeing resort, Therme Manchester, at TraffordCity have progressed this week with preparations to clear the current EventCity site. Regeneration business Peel L&P has submitted plans to Trafford Council to demolish the 28,000 square metre former EventCity conference and exhibition space on...

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HS2 reveals first rural footbridge design

HS2 reveals first rural footbridge design

HS2 has revealed the first images of the bridges that will carry rural footpaths and bridleways across the new high speed railway as it passes through Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and West Northants. Made of weathering steel, the sides of the lightweight bridges will lean outwards to maximise views of the sky and improve the experience of people...

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