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Today's News Headlines
Two major carbon capture and storage (CCS) schemes look likely to be scrapped after the government withdrew a £1bn funding stream.
Thousands of kilometres of local authority roads should be covered by a five-year planning and funding process, an expert has urged.
News In Depth
Ministers could offer offshore wind developers three new opportunities to compete for government subsidies.
Engineering recruits do not meet the expectations of one in two employers, research has revealed.
Transport for London has called for a fresh look at how a third runway at Heathrow would affect air quality.
Second Severn Crossing: Not exactly a contractor’s in-house design
Increasingly clients are using behavioural assessments in their procurement processes. But are they just another box ticking exercise?
With just the width of a residential street in which to deliver the start of a £100M tunnelling project in Glasgow, logistics and planning proved to be critical.
Herne Hill flood alleviation scheme has just won the BCI Award for sustainability for being a hidden project whose innovation lies in its simplicity”. Katherine Smale finds out more.
Three interesting surveys and reports out this week; just days ahead of Spending Review 2015 when we will find out the extent of cuts to key infrastructure budgets such as transport and flood defence.
This week's top story
Special report: Infrastructure in 2015
If 2014 was the year of feminism or gender equality you could be forgiven for thinking as the year closes out, it’s done with, it’s over. But it’s not over, certainly not for NCE.
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