A study by Knight Frank for the North West Development Agency has identified four possible sites for a business park in Kendal.
Architects from the UK, Switzerland and US have been shortlisted in a competition to transform a ruined West Cumbrian castle into an events venue.
A development brief is due to be published shortly offering the opportunity to build 650 homes and a new marina on 89 acres of surplus dockland in Barrow-in-Furness.
Applethwaite, the joint venture between Maple Grove Developments and Robert Hughes, has completed its second project near Lake Windermere.
Construction work will begin this week on the £200m redevelopment of derelict dockland in Barrow-in-Furness into business parks, homes and a marina.
Regeneration agency Cumbria Vision has appointed Roger Liddle, principal adviser to the President of the European Commission, as its new chairman.
Two separate architectural competitions are being held to create high-quality tourist facilities in parts of Lancashire and Cumbria.
An expert in running historic tourist attractions has been tasked to deliver the £80m transformation of Lowther Castle and gardens in Cumbria.
North West Development Agency awards £8m to West Lakes Renaissance to bring Ramsden Business Park in South Cumbria forward for development.
The owner of Carlisle Airport will submit a planning application in September to redevelop the site into an international airport with daily flights.
Work is due to start shortly on the first new-build project to be undertaken at the new University of Cumbria, which launched on 1 August 2007.
Retailer Hoopers has appointed store designer Raylian to renovate its department store in Carlisle.
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