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Manchester executive to rubber-stamp energy scheme and SRF

Approving plans for the Civic Quarter Heat Network and an updated strategic regeneration framework for Great Jackson Street are the two key recommendations that will go before Manchester City Council’s executive at its meeting on 10 January.

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Demolition likely at Echo Arena car park

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Uncertainty surrounds the future of the Liverpool Waterfront car park next to ACC Liverpool following the New Year’s Eve blaze which led to the write-off of all 1,300 vehicles within the car park, and caused internal collapses within the building.

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WSP hires smart energy specialist

Professional services and engineering consultancy WSP has appointed Professor David Healey as director of smart energy, and has given him a remit to build a new team within its power networks department.

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Manchester launches Portland Street SRF

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Manchester City Council’s executive will next week be asked to endorse a draft strategic regeneration framework for the Portland Street area, which would trigger public consultation into its indicative plans.

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Five hired at Urban Green

The environmental consultant and designer has bolstered its Manchester team with five new hires in its landscape design, arboriculture, and ecology teams.

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Mobike moves to next phase

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Dock-free bike-sharing service Mobike has said that it is moving to the next phase of its development programme, following the launch of its pilot scheme in Manchester in June.

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Sign off due for New Cross public realm strategy

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Manchester City Council’s executive is expected to approve a final public realm strategy for the city’s New Cross area at a meeting today, with £6.8m due to be spent on tree planting, footpath improvements and road crossings.

WYG among winners on £6m University framework

Five consultants, including WYG and Life Environmental Services, have been named on the University of Manchester’s consultancy framework for services including asbestos and demolition surveys, air monitoring, and clearance testing.