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Network Rail to carry out £80m upgrade works across the network

Network Rail to carry out £80m upgrade works across the network

Improved passenger journeys and greater network reliability are among the benefits the upgrade works are expected to deliver. Included among the major upgrade are: Work in and around London King’s Cross, as part of the East Coast Upgrade, which will bring more reliable journeys and create

Taziker secures contract for HS2 Colne Valley Viaduct project

Taziker secures contract for HS2 Colne Valley Viaduct project

Taziker has secured a contract from VolkerStevin to support the construction of Buckinghamshire’s Colne Valley Viaduct, which is being executed by High Speed 2 (HS2). Following a tender process, the contract was won by Taziker, which will now work on behalf of VolkerStevin for the Align joint

Network Rail carries out £31m Easter rail upgrades across network

Network Rail carries out £31m Easter rail upgrades across network

A host of essential rail upgrades have been carried out on the rail network between London Euston, the Midlands, North West and Scotland over the Easter period. A total of £31m of investment works were carried out across Network Rail’s North West and Central region, as part of the

Network Rail seeks £1bn investment in telecoms infrastructure

Network Rail seeks £1bn investment in telecoms infrastructure

PLANS to attract an investment of up to £1 billion from the private sector to modernise railway telecoms have been unveiled by Network Rail. The money would be used to upgrade up to 16,000km of data cables which run along railway routes by installing fibre optic circuits. These would be more

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UK employers struggle with worst labour shortage since 1997

UK employers struggle with worst labour shortage since 1997

  Britain’s employers are struggling with the worst staff shortages since the late 1990s, amid the rush to reopen from lockdown and a sharp drop in overseas workers due to Covid and Brexit.   Sounding the alarm over the risks to economic recovery from acute labour shortages,

7 companies appointed to Scottish Water’s wastewater portfolio

7 companies appointed to Scottish Water’s wastewater portfolio

Scottish Water forecasts to spend £1bn a year on thousands of miles of water pipes, sewer networks, treatment works and other assets to ensure they continue to play a vital role in the daily lives of five million people.   The programme of work will help to deliver net zero

Defra publishes Government's Strategic Policy Statement for Ofwat

Defra publishes Government's Strategic Policy Statement for Ofwat

Defra has also launched a new consultation seeking views on the new statement - as the independent economic regulator for the water industry, the decisions taken by Ofwat can have significant impacts on customers, the environment and wider society. The 23 page draft statement says that in line with

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