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Former RECO site set to undergo development

Land between St. Johns Street and George Street, Huntingdon will shortly see enabling works commence for a new mixed-use development comprising flexible-use commercial units, as well as 304 dwellings that includes both houses and apartments.

It was announced back in June 2018 that planning permission had been granted, with local construction business Mick George Ltd contracted to complete Demolition, Remediation and Earthworks for a twelve-week period, on behalf of JCAM Commercial Real Estate.

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Fusion21 announces renewal of national framework worth up to £90 million

Fusion21 has announced the renewal of its national painting, decorating & associated repairs framework - offering a potential combined worth of up to £90 million, over a four year period.

For the first time this framework will now offer sector split lots covering; Housing, Education, Health and the wider public sector. 

This framework offers painting, decorating and repairs services, including both internal and external works and associated works.  

Read more: Fusion21 announces renewal of national framework worth up to £90 million

CAI basic aerial & satellite installation training - upcoming date

Don't miss out, book today! 11, 12 & 13 December 2018 - Watford, Hertfordshire.

Suitability

This programme is suitable for participants with no experience who wish to enter the industry and for those who have experience but want to know more about the theoretical and practical aspects of terrestrial and satellite signal reception and installation.

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Works begin on new paper separation mill in Kings Lynn

Having gained approval from West Norfolk Council earlier this year, work will imminently get underway on a new paper separation plant in Kings Lynn, operated by Palm Paper Ltd.

Local construction specialist Mick George Ltd acting on behalf of Brooks and Wood Ltd will shortly commence Earthworks on the ‘back-up’ site that will be located to the north of Saddle Bow.

Read more: Works begin on new paper separation mill in Kings Lynn

First graduates from two-year degree course

The first group of students to complete a unique accelerated degree will graduate from the University of Salford this week.

The ‘accelerated degrees’ – the only ones in the UK construction and property sectors – launched in Autumn 2016, with students attracted to the new all-year calendar, which allows them to complete much quicker. And now the first 20 have finished their studies and will attend a ceremony at the University’s Peel Park Campus on Thursday.

Read more: First graduates from two-year degree course