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Supersonic passenger flights to return by 2029

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The US-based airline, United is planning to bring 15 new supersonic airliners into serve by 2029 - signaling the return of supersonic speeds to commercial aviation. The announcement means that there will have been a 26 gap between the last commercial supersonic flight - when Concorde retired -...

ICE wants you to vote for your favourite engineering project of 2020

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ICE London have opened up their voting for the publics favourite engineering project in 2020. The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has been running the London People’s Choice Award for the last eight years. The award recognises the civil engineering projects that are transforming the built environment and...

Institution of Civil Engineers want you vote for your favourite civil engineering project

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Londoners are being urged to for their favourite project to win the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) London People’s Choice Award. Running for the last seven years, the award recognises the civil engineering projects that are transforming the lives of Londoners. The ten infrastructure projects have been shortlisted...

First Six UK 5G Cities Named

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Mobile network EE has announced the first six UK cities will to get the ultra-fast 5G mobile networks. EE will expand on its existing trials in 2019 and is set to turn on their 5G network in London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester. The company, owned by...

Engineering Late celebrates London’s Hidden Civil Engineering

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Last Friday Engineering Late – the Institution of Civil Engineers’ (ICE) open evening – invited the public to learn and get hands-on with engineering and showcase how creative the profession is and how it makes a difference to the world around us. ICE believes that Civil Engineering is...

London Mayor Announces Oxford Street To Be Pedestrianised By Christmas 2018

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A simple change to Oxford Street will completely re-engineer how we interact with it. London Mayor Sadiq Khan has pledged to pedestrianised the iconic shopping street by December 2018 - promising Londoners 'room to breathe in the heart of the city'. Around half a mile from Oxford Circus...