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RICS Gives Major Design Award to Iconic Hull Bridge.

Hull’s iconic Scale Lane Bridge has achieved a ‘Highly Commended’ award at the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards 2015.

The bridge, which is the first footbridge of its kind in the UK, received the recognition in the Design through Innovation category, which was won overall by Esholt Bio Energy Project in Bradford. 245 more words


Hundreds attend Willen Surgery meeting, but still 'two huge stumbling blocks to overcome'

Hundreds of people attended the public meeting to discuss Willen Surgery last night and Labour candidate Emily Darlington is leading to surge to reopen it. 170 more words



Aston hydraulic manufacturing company HydraForce, which celebrated 25 years in Birmingham last year, received £1.8 million from the Government’s Regional Growth Fund in July, following an analysis of the market which found potential demand for new products if the firm had more capacity… 215 more words


A possible 'seismic' shift in the government's approach to house building

An announcement from government as part of the Autumn Statement was a proposal for the direct commissioning of housing by government through the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). 374 more words


A development meeting two objectives on the city’s Carbon Roadmap

25 new local authority eco-homes have been built in Dimmingsdale Bank, Quinton – 13 for rent and 12 for sale at ‘affordable’ prices. The development meets two objectives on the city’s Carbon Roadmap: reduced heating bills and lower carbon emissions… 172 more words


The Infrastructure Bill – what does it mean for woods and trees?

In the second of our short series of blogs about the Infrastructure Bill, our Victoria looks at some of the main elements that concern her: 642 more words

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