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The UK's first dung-fired power station has started producing electricity. The £7M plant at Holsworthy in Devon will process 146,000t of farmyard slurry each year and generate enough power to supply the entire town.

Consultant Faber Maunsell has been appointed by the Highways Agency to advise on development control in Areas 6 and 8 in Eastern England.

British Waterways has entered a 10 year public private partnership with contractor Amec and the Igloo Regeneration Fund.

Named ISIS Waterside Regeneration, the partnership initially has options on 10 British Waterways sites.

JMP Consultants is to review existing cycle facilities across London's Hampstead Heath and audit possible extensions to provide three new cycle routes in the area.

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