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The UK’s first flood barrier spanning a passenger rail track will form a key part of the £18M Newhaven flood alleviation scheme when it is completed next year.
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The cost of the Crossrail delay is likely to be between £1.6bn and £2bn according to the emerging findings of an independent review by accountancy firm KPMG.
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Transport secretary Chris Grayling has announced the terms of reference for the government rail review, adding that he expects rail industry reform to begin before the next General Election.
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The supply chain working on the Wylfa nuclear power station project in North Wales is being “run down” after project developer Hitachi and the government admitted they could not agree funding terms.
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