International infrastructure group Balfour Beatty has made its way back to black, recording a £12m pre-tax profit for the six months to June, overturning a £15m loss last year, and a significantly improving on the £300m loss posted in 2014.
Engineering consultancy WSP’s Manchester office has been appointed by Transport for Greater Manchester and Stockport Council to progress the redevelopment of the town’s bus station at Daw Bank into a £41m transport interchange.
Initially, 2007 was a time of opportunity and growth. The residential market was booming and I was working on several high-rise, high-density developments in the region, writes Broadway Malyan director Danny Crump. Then overnight, these schemes started to slow.
IQ Student Accommodation, backed by the Wellcome Trust, Goldman Sachs and Greystar, has revealed plans for a large-scale residential scheme targeted at young occupiers, next to Vimto Park and the train line into Manchester’s Piccadilly station.