Transport secretary Chris Grayling has told rail industry officials that it is up to them to find a solution to the current “boom and bust” funding cycle.
Atkins is one of three companies to have been awarded deals by Hitachi Nuclear Energy Europe to assist with the design and construction of the £15bn Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant on the Isle of Anglesey.
An electricity interconnector between Wales and Ireland has been given the go-ahead by Ireland’s electricity regulator.
Plans for a massive strategic rail freight interchange in Northampton have been rejected by the government’s Planning Inspectorate for being “insufficiently clear”.
Mabey and Ekspan have completed support works to a 105m viaduct in Bristol.
A senior figure within the government’s infrastructure authority has shut down calls for the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) to be given statutory powers which would allow it to decide which major public infrastructure projects can go ahead.
Client and contractor investigations into the Eindhoven Airport car park collapse last year failed to correctly identify the cause of the incident, according to a report published by the Dutch safety board.
Key figures in the UK transport sector have this week demanded improved public transport connectivity to Heathrow as the airport prepares for expansion.
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Former ICE president and High Speed 2 independent assurance panel chair David Orr will oversee a governance review of the ICE.
More than a century after construction began, Barcelona’s iconic Sagrada Familia has finally been granted a building licence.