There are many new projects on the table that seem to suggest that the UK has gone from reeling from economic turmoil to seeking exciting new ventures.

This blog covers some of the news highlights that you may have missed this month:

‘Largest of its kind’ power line between UK and Netherlands gets go-ahead

The governments of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands have given initial approval for the construction of the largest power line of its type in the world.

UKCW London 2nd-4th May 2023

Next One Technology is proud to announce its participation in the upcoming UK Construction Week to be held in London from the 2nd to 4th of May 2023. Join us on stand F400 to learn more about our solutions.

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Over 12m homes need energy retrofitting in next five years, says new report

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The Government must commit to investing £10bn over the next five years to help ensure one million of England’s most deprived homes become energy efficient, according to SIGOMA.

Construction on UK’s ground-breaking tidal powered container terminal could start in 2025

Work on Centre Port UK, billed as the world’s first tidal powered deep-sea container terminal, could commence in 2025, with completion planned by 2030.


Green light for tallest tower in Birmingham


City planners have approved the world’s first mixed-use net zero carbon development in Birmingham.