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BP chooses St Modwen

BP has selected St Modwen as development partner for its 1,000ha portfolio of brownfield sites in south Wales, Scotland, the Midlands and South East England.
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Diversifying at Dounreay

Dounreay Site Restoration's training and development team has relocated to help it build a diversified portfolio that can be sustained beyond the run down and closure of the Dounreay site.
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Grontmij profits up

Grontmij has reported post-tax profits up 21% to €26.6m for the first nine months of 2008, with revenue up to €626.8m from €566.7m in the same period of 2007.
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Contaminated land capital bids sought

DEFRA has issued its first call for bids under its Contaminated Land Capital Projects Programme following changes requiring funds to be spent in the year in which they are allocated.
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Wind farms on colliery sites?

UK Coal and Peel Energy have signed a collaboration agreement to pursue the development of wind farms on sites within UK Coal's land portfolio.
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Sirius Group

The Sirius Group has launched a new division which will offer a multi-disciplinary team designed to tackle contaminated land in North West England.
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David McLean administration

English Partnerships is reportedly seeking urgent meetings with the David McLean housing development group administrators following their appointment on 24 October.
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Clifford M Harris

Herpetosure has appointed Clifford M Harris as director of its Herpetosure Invasive Solutions arm to manage the national operation with bases in London and Leicestershire.
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Lady Balfour of Burleigh

Lady Balfour of Burleigh has been appointed chairman of the new Nuclear Liabilities Financing Assurance Board which the Government is setting up to avoid contributing to the remediation costs of new nuclear power stations.
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New Campus Glasgow

The New Campus Glasgow Project, which aims to create a new £300m campus on two sites for the city's four central colleges, has appointed a new property development team.
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