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Amazon hit with $886m fine for alleged data breach

BBC News - Business The tech giant rejects claims it has broken European Union data protection laws. The tech giant rejects claims it has broken European Union data protection laws. Read More

Eurozone out of recession after economy grows 2%

BBC News - Business Data suggests all economies in the 19-country bloc expanded in the last three months. Data suggests all economies in the 19-country bloc expanded in the last three months. Read More

British Airways owner IAG to ramp up flights

BBC News - Business IAG, which also owns Iberia, says it plans to run at 75% of its 2019 passenger capacity by the end of the year. IAG, which also owns Iberia, says it plans to run at 75% of its 2019 passenger capacity by the end of the year. Read More

Ballymore strikes deal for 2,800-home West London site

Construction Enquirer News Partnership deal with Sainsbury's for 18-acre canalside site at Ladbroke Grove Ballymore and Sainsbury’s have agreed a strategic partnership to develop an 18 acre site at Ladbroke Grove in West London. The Partnership’s ambitious masterplan...

Government pledges another £81m for cycle lanes

Construction Enquirer News Highway Code to be revamped to prioritise cyclists The government has boosted its “active travel” budget by another £81m to £338m. The money will promote cycling and walking across the country and further increase the construction of bike...

Utilities firm Fulcrum plunges to £11.5m loss

Construction Enquirer News Firm hit by second wave lockdowns delaying contract awards and mobilisations Utility infrastructure contractor Fulcrum slumped to a £11.5m loss from revenue of £47m in the year to April after a ‘hugely challenging’ year. Covid-19 affected...

Funding deal green lights £40m modular student scheme

Construction Enquirer News Financier Maslow Capital backs Audley Modular Student Living’s latest scheme in Edinburgh Real estate development finance provider Maslow Capital has completed a £20m development facility for Audley Modular Student Living’s latest 257- unit...

Green light for £100m UK Holocaust Memorial building

Construction Enquirer News Work to start later this year on large memorial building next to Parliament Planning permission has been granted to build the country’s first national Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre in Victoria Tower Gardens, next to Parliament. The...

Didi: Chinese ride-hailing giant denies plans to go private

BBC News - Business Its shares surged by almost 50% in pre-market trade after a report that it planned to go private. Its shares surged by almost 50% in pre-market trade after a report that it planned to go private. Read More

Powerful tidal turbine comes on stream

What is believed to be the world’s most powerful tidal turbine has started exporting electricity.

Engineering services body welcomes ideas to reform cash retentions

Engineering services umbrella body Actuate UK has welcomed new recommendations for the reform of cash retentions in Scotland.

Labour and supply issues hit US construction recovery

Construction employment in the USA declined or stagnated in 101 metropolitan areas between February 2020 and June 2021, according to an analysis by Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

Germany’s first 3D-printed house opens

Peri has used 3D-printing to create a house that is now ready for occupancy.

Contractors sought for £1.56bn demolition framework

Pagabo has begun the hunt for contractors to join a national framework covering demolition and land preparation works.

‘My bakery lets you take a bite out of celebs’

BBC News - Business Funny Face Bakery shot to fame when Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian posted about its cookies. Funny Face Bakery shot to fame when Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian posted about its cookies. Read More

Empty shop numbers rise as Covid continues to bite

BBC News - Business The number of vacant shops continues to rise after a year of lockdowns, the BRC says. The number of vacant shops continues to rise after a year of lockdowns, the BRC says. Read More

‘I was asked how often I use the toilet’

BBC News - Business Disabled jobseekers have to overcome too many barriers, MPs say. Disabled jobseekers have to overcome too many barriers, MPs say. Read More

Dairy giant Arla says driver crisis hitting milk supply

BBC News - Business Supermarket supplier Arla Foods says a lorry driver shortage has forced it to cut deliveries by up to 25%. Supermarket supplier Arla Foods says a lorry driver shortage has forced it to cut deliveries by up to 25%. Read More

Amazon predicts slower sales growth as Covid boost eases

BBC News - Business The tech giant says third quarter sales growth will be slower as customers return to physical shops. The tech giant says third quarter sales growth will be slower as customers return to physical shops. Read More

Long Scottish Covid lockdown cost Robertson £11.5m

Construction Enquirer News Private building group plunged into £6.1m trading loss by 3 month lockdown Private contractor Robertson was plunged into a £6.1m operating loss last year after being hit by £11.5m in extra costs from the Covid pandemic lockdown. The firm...

British Airways owner IAG to ramp up flights

BBC News - Business IAG, which also owns Iberia, says it plans to run at 75% of its 2019 passenger capacity by the end of the year. IAG, which also owns Iberia, says it plans to run at 75% of its 2019 passenger capacity by the end of the year. Read More

Ballymore strikes deal for 2,800-home West London site

Construction Enquirer News Partnership deal with Sainsbury's for 18-acre canalside site at Ladbroke Grove Ballymore and Sainsbury’s have agreed a strategic partnership to develop an 18 acre site at Ladbroke Grove in West London. The Partnership’s ambitious masterplan...

Government pledges another £81m for cycle lanes

Construction Enquirer News Highway Code to be revamped to prioritise cyclists The government has boosted its “active travel” budget by another £81m to £338m. The money will promote cycling and walking across the country and further increase the construction of bike...

Utilities firm Fulcrum plunges to £11.5m loss

Construction Enquirer News Firm hit by second wave lockdowns delaying contract awards and mobilisations Utility infrastructure contractor Fulcrum slumped to a £11.5m loss from revenue of £47m in the year to April after a ‘hugely challenging’ year. Covid-19 affected...

Funding deal green lights £40m modular student scheme

Construction Enquirer News Financier Maslow Capital backs Audley Modular Student Living’s latest scheme in Edinburgh Real estate development finance provider Maslow Capital has completed a £20m development facility for Audley Modular Student Living’s latest 257- unit...

Green light for £100m UK Holocaust Memorial building

Construction Enquirer News Work to start later this year on large memorial building next to Parliament Planning permission has been granted to build the country’s first national Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre in Victoria Tower Gardens, next to Parliament. The...

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