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Arcadis finds London, New York City, and Hong Kong most expensive cities to build in

7/4/20

Dutch consulting engineer Arcadis has released its fourth annual International Construction Cost Index (ICC) report, highlighting the world's most expensive cities to build.

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Pollard Thomas Edwards wins virtual permission for £190m Leyton scheme

7/4/20

Pollard Thomas Edwards' £190 million proposal to regenerate part of east London has become one of the first schemes to receive consent by a virtual planning committee.

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Cost Model: Tall Buildings

7/4/20

London was slow to adopt tower building but the City's distinctive skyline shows how much attitudes have changed. Steve Watts of Alinea looks at what needs to be considered when constructing a skyscraper in the UK, while the architect behind 22 Bishopsgate talks though its design process.

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Future Generation reveals two new student accommodation schemes

31/3/20

Future Generation has revealed two significant Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) schemes alongside a £55m development facility from Maslow Capital.

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Mac-group to convert landmark Equipoint building into homes

31/3/20

Mac-group has won a £17m contract to convert a landmark 1960s 10-storey Equipoint building in Birmingham into more than 200 apartments.

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£100m Manchester CIS tower revamp approved

31/3/20

Manchester city planners have given the green light for a £100m-plus overhaul of the landmark CIS Tower as key components approach their 60-year design life.

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SPSenvirowall 'Cavity System 1 solution' - Tall Buildings Awards 2020 Finalists

27/3/20

SPSenvirowall is proud that its new innovative Cavity System 1 solution has been announced as a finalist for two awards at the Tall Building Awards due to be held in May this year.

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Birmingham’s Paradise developer eyes residential tower at city centre site

25/3/20

A residential tower being planned for the Paradise redevelopment in the middle of Birmingham will be close to 40 storeys, Building understands.

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Moda unveils second Birmingham resi tower

25/3/20

Build-to-rent developer Moda has unveiled plans for a second high-rise tower in Birmingham.

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Huge 55-storey London tower gets planning

25/3/20

Proposals by Aldau Development for twin towers in Acton, west London reaching as high as 55-storeys have been approved by Ealing council.

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Hadley Group - Press Release, March 2020

18/3/20

BUILDING BETTER HIGH-RISE WITH HADLEY GROUP AT THE TALL BUILDINGS CONFERENCE 2020

This May, Hadley Group will be demonstrating its engineering prowess within the construction sector at the Tall Buildings Conference, taking place at 99 City Road, London on 13 May.

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KPF’s designs for London’s tallest resi tower win go-ahead

28/2/20

A KPF skyscraper scheme in Acton is set to become the tallest residential building in London after the plans were approved by Ealing Council.

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£1bn London Bankside Yards phase 2 approved

28/2/20

Native Land has got the planning green light for phase two of its £1bn Bankside Yards mixed-use development next to Blackfriars Bridge in London.

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Another Glancy Nicholls Birmingham Tower in for Planning

28/2/20

Glancy Nicholls’ reputation as the go-to tower architect in Birmingham has been underlined after a 25-storey tower by the local firm went in for planning earlier this month. 

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Iconic ‘super slender’ skyscraper gets the go-ahead in Birmingham

24/2/20

Plans for Birmingham’s first ‘super slender’ tower and the UK’s first habitable ‘super slender’ structure have been given the green light.

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