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The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has said the Church of England (CoE) could use excess land to develop up to 9,000 homes.
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Ex-Crossrail chief executive Andrew Wolstenholme has left the HS2 board after less than a year.
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Goldman Sachs has invested £75m in UK modular housing manufacturer TopHat.
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Some 640 new schools are urgently required in England by the 2021/22 school year, the Scape Group has said.
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Boston United has said it is confident work will soon start on building a new stadium, despite not yet having the funding for it.
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Interserve’s chief executive and chief financial officer were awarded bonuses worth £656,000 one week before the company went into administration.
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There are 345 high-rise residential and publicly-owned buildings with ACM cladding systems, which have not yet been remediated, according to the latest government figures.
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The Department for Transport has approved funding for a new £212m link road to reduce congestion in Warrington.
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Hammersmith Bridge has been closed indefinitely because Transport for London can no longer fund refurbishments, the local council has claimed.
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Grant Thornton’s auditing of Interserve’s accounts is being investigated by the Financial Reporting Council.
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