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Alfred McAlpine last week announced that it had paid a client £2.3M to settle a seven year dispute following the termination of its contract for a building in Cambridge.

Over 100 Daubentons bats will roost safely at Essex & Suffolk Water's Ormesby water treatment works this summer thanks to consultant Fenland Hydrotech's design for a purpose built bat house while the bat's previous home is renovated.

Harleyford Aggregates and British Waterways London last week agreed a seven year contract to take 450,000t of freight onto the Grand Union Canal. A government grant of £460,000 will pay for enabling infrastructure.

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