Tawd Valley Developments’ £8m project for West Lancashire Council features a mixture of terraced and semi-detached houses, apartments and bungalows.
The 11 industrial units at Stanley Green Trading Estate in Cheadle Hulme will be built to BREAAM Excellent standard, designed to achieve an EPC A+ rating, and will be net zero carbon in operation.
June’s planning committee will be asked to rubberstamp the shopping centre’s overhaul, which will see office and archive space introduced along with a market hall.
The contractor has completed work on the £27m Prescot theatre.
The built environment consultancy has been appointed by Eren Holdings to lead the £600m overhaul of Deeside’s Shotton Paper Mill.
Contractor Bowmer + Kirkland has reached the landmark as work remains on schedule at St Helens’ £54m industry centre of excellence.
Contractor Laing O’Rourke has installed the first steelwork column at the Bramley-Moore Dock site. Meanwhile, Everton Football Club agreed to pay Liverpool City Council £502,000.
Equans has finished work on the £2.3m scheme, which expanded the historic hall and created a theatre for young people.
The first phase of Link Logistics Park is set to be operational by the end of this year.
McLaren Construction has started building two speculative sheds for Columbia Threadneedle within Zone 2 of Deeside Industrial Park.
Capital & Centric won approval for the 253-apartment project last year and enabling work is already underway.
Triton Construction has handed over 12 trade counter units, the second and final phase of the developer’s £20m Mersey Reach logistics scheme.
Secretary of State Michael Gove has decided against calling in the 3.1m sq ft Six56 development proposed by Langtree and Panattoni.
The programme will allow surveys to be carried out as Wirral Council lines up a 2023 start for the flagship project, billed as “Birkenhead’s High Line”.
A demolition programme will start following celebrations for the Queen’s platinum jubilee, the council’s leader elect Cllr Amanda Chadderton said, while retailers are relocating to facilitate works.
Part of Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s successful Levelling Up Fund bid, the money will create segregated cycle lanes and pedestrian spaces as well as replace broken paving slabs.
The Leeds-based property group has delivered an 89-apartment project, having bought the part-built development out of receivership early in 2021.
Turner & Townsend’s UK Market Intelligence Report has grim news for the future of the property industry as the global professional services company urges developers to secure a resilient supply chain.
Prospect Homes’ 54-home proposal in Burscough is also progressing after the council’s planning committee voted on the two large residential applications last week.
Rowlinson Construction has begun work building the Hattersley Central project, which includes 91 extra care apartments.
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