National Apprenticeship Week 2018 took place last week from 5 to 9 March. The theme was ‘Apprenticeships Work’ and it was a week-long celebration of apprenticeships designed to showcase how apprenticeships work for individuals, businesses, communities and the wider economy.
Last year Bryson celebrated a successful year as we took the Construction Enquirer award for ‘Best Construction Supplier to Work With’ home. This years entries for the Construction Enquirer Awards 2018 are now open, and anyone can put forward a great company to work for or do business with.
Our National Distribution Centre at Gatwick has extended it’s operation times to 24 hours a day.
Works start this summer for a £160m landmark retail park off the M62 near Castleford.
Liverpool City Council is to begin a programme of site investigations to ready the Festival Park for a radical redevelopment. The scheme could deliver up to 2,500 new homes, up to 350,000 sq ft of commercial and leisure floor-space and a new ferry terminal.
Opening at the end of 2018, the new space will play host to 27 independent food and drink operators, as well as a 20,000-square-foot events space and a 300-capacity venue.
Planning permission has been granted for hundreds of new homes, offices and a hotel in Glasgow. The development at Central Quay, a seven-acre site on the western edge of the city centre, will include 400 new homes, over 300,000 sq ft of high quality offices, a 150-bed hotel and retail units.
Cath Kidston and Hamleys will open their doors at the station this month while Mac, Rituals, Ted Baker and The Body Shop will join the line-up in the spring.
The Mayor of London has waved through plans for a 21-storey affordable housing tower in Croydon. It is the second major off-site construction high-rise residential project to be approved for the London suburb in the last few weeks.