Monthly Archives: November 2022

Revealed: £2.6bn grand design for Euston station

Plans for the new HS2 station at Euston boast the longest concourse in the UK and a direct underground link with Euston Square station. Images of how Euston will be transformed by a £2.6 billion HS2 high-speed station and a new Tube station have been revealed. Architects … Continue reading

2023 to be ‘Year of Catch-up’ for London office projects

Article by Aaron Morby – Following post-pandemic delays, 2023 could be the ‘Year of the Catch-up’ delivering the highest volume of new office space for twenty years. Deloitte’s London Office Crane Survey is predicting that next year will see … Continue reading

‘This is our time’: Importance of sustainability leaders within the construction sector

Article by Thomas Johnson – The number of sustainability directors and environmental leads within the construction sector has seen a meteoric rise within the past decade. Net zero targets and the growing understanding of the climate emergency has created … Continue reading

Big infrastructure projects spared the Treasury axe

Article by Grant Prior – Chancellor Jeremy Hunt committed to completing HS2 to Manchester in his Autumn Statement. Hunt also said the “core network” of the Northern Powerhouse Rail project and the East West Rail scheme will go ahead … Continue reading

Plan for leading 500 firms to ban diesel generators by 2025

Article by Aaron Morby for The industry’s best-performing contractors could ban the use of diesel generators on sites within three years. The proposal forms the central plank of the Construction Leadership Council’s CO2nstruct Zero campaign, which has set a … Continue reading