A string of issues that have blighted Poole’s 91-year-old lifting bridge will see it close again at the end of the month.
Nine streets in the centre of London have been designated “electric car only” in a European first.
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Construction has begun on a 75,000m² concrete deck at London City Airport.
All water companies in England and Wales have revealed their business plans, with an onus on clamping down on leakage.
Eight incredible SMEs with innovative ideas on how to transform the civil engineering sector have been selected to receive further support through the NCE Accelerator progamme.
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Legislation to build High Speed 2 (HS2) is set to be delayed by a year.
The financial fallout from the delay of the central section of London’s new £15.4bn Elizabeth Line is being assessed today, amid fears it could cost Transport for London (TfL) £143M in lost fare revenue alone.
Highways England’s pledge to review its bridge inspection regime in light of the recent Polcevera viaduct collapse has sparked fresh calls for more funding to be made available by central government.
United Utilities is to put part of a £300M pipeline project into action in September – three years early – in response to this summer’s heatwave.
Aggregate Industries is conducting a full review of its work on Silverstone’s racetrack after standing water forced the cancellation of the British MotoGP Grand Prix last weekend.