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Bikeplus Map

Bikeplus has produced a map of all public access bike sharing schemes in the UK & Ireland displaying the operators and the quantity of bikes.

Four shared electric bike schemes are features; Inverness, Bristol, Exeter and Oxford. The latter will offer a combination of conventional and electric bikes.

The map includes Nextbike's Milton Keynes scheme; this is set to launch in Spring 2016 with sponsorship from Santander.

Friday, 08 January, 2016

Happy New Year

We celebrated our 10th anniversary in 2015. Many thanks to all our clients and associates who have made this such a successful and enjoyable decade!

Here's to a healthy and prosperous 2016.

Thursday, 31 December, 2015

Government axes carbon capture funding

Despite its manifesto committment, the governemnt has withdrawn its £1bn funding for two CCS schemes in Scotland and Yorkshire. Capture Power chief exec. Leigh Hackett said of the White Rose scheme in Yorkshire "It is difficult to imagine its continuation in the absence of crucial government support".

Thursday, 03 December, 2015

West Midlands HS2 route to open six years early

The government has confirmed that the HS2 route from the West Midlands to Crewe is set to open six years earlier than originally planned. The final decision on the route, which starts in Fradley, Staffordshire, was announced yesterday (30th November). It is now intended that the line will open in 2027 instead of 2033.

Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin issued safeguarding directions for Phase 2a of HS2 as part of the announcement. The safeguarding directions will affect future planning decisions on land close to the route.

Tuesday, 01 December, 2015

Keybridge House

Mount Anvil opened their show-suite at their Keybridge development in Lambeth yesterday. Looks like it will be a stunning property when it is completed.

Wednesday, 11 November, 2015

£2 billion spending on roads in the South West

Highways England today met with suppliers and stakeholders to set out how £2 billion of government investment to improve the capacity of roads in the South West will be delivered between now and 2021. A list of the schemes is included on the CILT news page

Tuesday, 13 October, 2015

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