TfL set for emergency funding meeting

Transport for London is planning an emergency meeting about its finances amid rumours the organisation is about to run out of money and that government bailout talks are not going well. City AM reports that multiple sources inside City Hall believe that there will not be an agreement before Saturday, which is the day Mayor […]

Welsh Government to give Councils powers to crack down on Pavement Parking

Ministers in Wales are backing the recommendations of an independent expert group to give councils additional civil enforcement powers to fine what they call problem parkers. The Welsh Pavement Parking Taskforce rejected the outright ban being pursued in Scotland, which is set to take five years to implement, calling it “overly slow and complex”. Instead it […]

New roads and other infrastructure to be built in Buckinghamshire to support new homes

Buckinghamshire County Council is set to agree a deal worth £172 million to build roads, schools and other infrastructure to support 10,000 new homes that are due to be built in Aylesbury.  Speaking at a meeting of the Buckinghamshire Council’s cabinet, Leader Martin Tett said: “This is to provide essential infrastructure to enable the delivery […]

Cross-border EV project aims to increase charging point availability

The EU’s INTERREG VA Programme will invest approximately €6.4m/£5.8m in a new electric vehicle charging project called ‘FASTER’, which will be implemented in Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland. The project recognises that one of the main barriers to greater public uptake of electric vehicles is the perceived lack of rapid charging stations. It aims to […]

Work on dualling the A1237 in York could start in 2023

Work on dualling the outer ring road in York-the A1237 – could start in 2023 and be complete by 2025. Under the plans the single carriageway would be dualled in both directors between the A19 at Shipton Road to A1036 at Little Hopgrove. As part of the project, five roundabouts – at Clifton Moor, Wigginton […]

UK’s largest ever EV infrastructure contract awarded to bp Chargemaster

bp Chargemaster has been awarded a contract by Police Scotland to supply electric vehicle charging infrastructure across its estates. The deal, worth up to £21 million, is the largest ever of its kind in the UK. The project will be delivered in partnership with WGM Engineering, one of Scotland’s leading engineering companies. More than 1,000 charging points […]


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