Plans for a third runway at Heathrow may have been dealt a fatal blow after Ferrovial balked at further investment. The Spanish infrastructure investor, Heathrow's top shareholder, signalled the move in protest over the Civial Aviation Authorities's decision to block a 90% rise in landing charges from 2022, which the company said meant shateholders would have to make do with lower returns. - Sunday Telegraph.
Speedy Hire has a new chief executive officer, is expanding, has gone green and stands to benefit from Britain's £650bn of spending on infrastructure in the year ahead, so "buy" is the Sunday Times's Sabah Meddings's tip for readers.
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