Network Rail is to review whether it can bring forward the date for reopening the storm-damaged line at Dawlish next week.
London Array expansion scrapped and Dogger Bank scheme scaled back.
Contractor agrees to restart lock work after client agrees interim payment.
Britain will be unable to cope with air traffic volumes in the second half of this century unless it has an airport with four runways, says a report published this week
Options for rerouting the Great Western Main Line away from the coast around Dawlish were emerging this week after Network Rail said it would examine the viability of shifting the line.
A tunnel replacement for Hammersmith flyover in west London could be built in just three years and release around £1bn worth of former highway land to help pay for the works.
The big picture
WM Plant Hire supplied a long reach excavator and operator to clear over 500t of debris from the arches of a Worcester bridge spanning the River Severn
As the UK and global economy recovers, big projects in major cities including London are coming off the backburner. These “big” projects are often becoming taller and more slender. Buildings used to be considered slender or skinny if they were five times higher than they were wide.