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Rhyl Travelodge completes

Ion Developments and contractor Wynne Construction have handed over the 73-room hotel, the latest project in Rhyl’s waterfront regeneration.

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JV wins Deeside approval

Trebor and Maple Grove Developments have secured detailed consent for an 87,000 sq ft industrial scheme in Deeside billed as Boundary Park.  

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Work set to stop on Anglesey’s £20bn Wylfa Newydd

Hitachi, the developer behind the Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant on Anglesey, looks set to put the £20bn scheme on hold following a meeting next week, according to reports in the Japanese media.

Sarah Hey

NW in 2019 | Plan or pay the penalty

Construction is booming and the hot topic next year for ground-related professionals will be management of earthworks, writes Sarah Hey of Hydrock. Under new landfill tax rules, developers may have to pay tax on the reuse of excavated materials unless the proper paperwork is in place.

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Hilton signs up at Surf Snowdonia

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Wales’ first Hilton Garden Inn is set to open at Surf Snowdonia, where the hospitality giant will operate a 106-bed hotel, as part of a £16m investment in the adventure park.

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SITE VISIT | Conwy Council HQ with Muse

Charlie Schouten

Conwy Council, Muse, and Bowmer & Kirkland have completed a flagship headquarters in Colwyn Bay in what is said to be the largest development of its type in North Wales. Place North West took a tour of the building with development manager Muse and the council to find out why it will be a “game-changer” for Conwy.

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Contractor joins team on £20bn Wylfa nuclear plant

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Global construction and engineering giant Bechtel has been appointed as project management contractor on the £20bn Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant on Anglesey, as the nuclear plant’s operator pledged to deliver the scheme for “cheaper than what has gone before”.

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Clark offers backing for £20bn Wylfa Newydd

Business and energy secretary Greg Clark has this morning confirmed that the UK Government is to enter a period of negotiations with Hitachi over Wylfa Newydd, the proposed £20bn nuclear power plant on Anglesey.