Breheny Civil Engineering is the contractor appointed to build the infrastructure for the first phase of the Linmere development to the North of Houghton Regis...
The name ‘Linmere’ comes from ‘Linmear’, which appears on a 1762 map of the area and means ‘field of lime trees’...
On 20th and 27th September, two teams from Lands Improvement spent a day each painting part of the Barnardos Centre in Houghton Regis, five minutes away from our large scale, mixed-used development Linmere.
The Linmere project team was pleased to welcome the Bishop of Bedford to the site on 11th September.
The Linmere archaeology dig helps tell history of Houghton Regis town.
The HRN1 development to the North of Houghton Regis has reached a major milestone this Spring with work starting on the initial part of the new spine road through the site.