The Ministry of Defence is working with the Duke of Westminster on a £300m proposal to create a rehabilitation centre for injured soldiers and civilians at Stanford Hall near Loughborough by 2018.
The Ministry of Defence has selected the Soteria Consortium as the preferred bidder to provide helicopter search and rescue services from 2012, with the relocation of facilities from HMS Gannet at Prestwick to Glasgow Airport.
The Ministry of Defence is considering plans to close the Defence Storage & Distribution Agency depot at Ashchurch in Gloucestershire, with the relocation of up to 400 jobs to Donnington, Shropshire.
The Ministry of Defence has confirmed plans to develop a £200m medical base at Whittington Barracks in Lichfield by 2010, and the site will eventually house up to 2,000 military and civilian personnel.
The Ministry of Defence is to relocate 230 Squadron and 600 staff from RAF Aldergrove in Northern Ireland to RAF Benson in Oxfordshire by the end of 2010, with the loss of up to 100 of the 420 civilian jobs at the County Antrim site.
The Ministry of Defence is to increase the civilian workforce at RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire from 350 to 1,000 over the next four years, in order to expand the site's aircraft engineering facilities.
The Ministry of Defence is to relocate a further 600 jobs from sites across the country to its Abbey Wood headquarters in Stoke Gifford, Bristol, and will start building a new 100,000 sq ft office block in the spring.
The Ministry of Defence is considering plans to relocate the Service Personnel & Veterans Agency and up to 200 jobs from RAF Innsworth in Gloucestershire to Gosport or Norcross, near Blackpool, by May 2009.
The Ministry of Defence and the Maritime & Coastguard Agency are in discussions with four consortia about plans to outsource coastal search and rescue operations, including the provision of helicopters and the maintenance of 12 coastguard sites.
The Ministry of Defence has announced plans to build a new defence training academy at St Athan in South Wales, with the creation of 4,000 jobs, having awarded a £16bn contract to the Metrix consortium.
The Ministry of Defence has awarded a £6bn private finance initiative contract to the Ascent consortium of VT Group and Lockheed Martin to outsource the training of military pilots over the next 25 years.
The Ministry of Defence has selected the Whittington Barracks in Lichfield as the preferred location for a £80m medical accommodation project, in order to centralise 1,300 military and civilian personnel.
The Ministry of Defence is to announce plans to set up a new military academy to provide training for 10,000 non-commissioned officers, and is considering sites at St Athan in South Wales and Cosford in the West Midlands.
The Ministry of Defence is to shed 67 jobs at its depot in Crombie, Fife, over the next 12 months, as part of a plan to transfer explosives processing and storage to other sites in Scotland.
The Ministry of Defence is to close the Defence Stores & Distribution Centre in Llangennech near Llanelli by 2008, with the loss of 190 jobs, while 140 jobs will be lost at Longtown in Cumbria.
The Ministry of Defence is to relocate the Personnel & Training Command from RAF Innsworth in Gloucestershire to RAF High Wycombe, with the expected loss of more than 1,000 civilian and military jobs.
The Ministry of Defence has confirmed plans to shed 300 jobs at RAF Brize Norton, 325 at RAF Cottesmore, 180 at RAF Kinloss, 700 at RAF Lossiemouth, 160 at RAF Leuchars, 230 at RAF Lyneham, 175 at RAF St Mawgan and 125 at RAF Waddington.
The Ministry of Defence has selected two consortia led by Babcock and Mowlem to bid for a £500m Defence Estates outsourcing contract to handle facilities management at 50 sites across the east of England.
The Ministry of Defence is planning to relocate 6,000 staff from London to Bristol, as part of recently-announced government plans to relocate 20,000 jobs to places such as Yorkshire, Newcastle and Birmingham by 2010.
The Ministry of Defence is planning to close the RAF Lyneham military base in Wiltshire by 2012, unless an alternative use is found for the site, and its work will be transferred to RAF Brize Norton.
The Ministry of Defence is seeking a 40-acre site in Birmingham to build a medical training facility with 2,000 staff, which would involve the relocation of operations from Gosport and Aldershot.
The Ministry of Defence is preparing a major investment programme for its London sites, including the development of RAF Northolt and Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich and the relocation of RAF Bentley's operations.
The Ministry of Defence has selected Portsmouth as the future base for two new aircraft carriers, while amphibious assault ships will be based at Devonport, Astute-class submarines at Faslane and Type 45 destroyers at Portsmouth.
The Ministry of Defence is to award a £400m contract to Saab Bofors Dynamics for the supply of anti-tank weapons, which will help create or secure 500 jobs at manufacturing sites across the UK.
The Ministry of Defence is looking into the possibility of opening up RAF Kinloss and Lossiemouth to commercial passenger flights, as part of a feasibility study being carried out by Strike Command into the commercial potential of bases.
The Ministry of Defence has sold the 136-acre Aston Down depot near Stroud to Leda Properties for £7.5m for the development of a major distribution hub, and will relocate its staff to other sites around the country.
The Ministry of Defence is to transfer warship maintenance work at the Clyde, Devonport and Portsmouth naval bases to Babcock International, DML and Fleet Support, with the loss of up to 750 jobs.
The Ministry of Defence is planning to sell a controlling stake in its Qinetiq defence research laboratories to a single strategic investor later this year, having dropped plans for a flotation.
The Ministry of Defence is looking to award a £1.4bn contract for the supply of 8,500 off-road trucks, and bids have been invited from Leyland Trucks, MAN, Mercedes-Benz, Oshkosh Truck and Stewart & Stevenson.
The Ministry of Defence has awarded a £290m contract to the Fasttrax consortium of King Trailers of Market Harborough, Brown & Root and Oshkosh Truck to provide a tank transporter service with 92 vehicles.
The Ministry of Defence is to sell the RAF Kemble airfield in Gloucestershire to a consortium of local companies for £7m, which is expected to lead to the creation of 200 jobs as more companies are attracted to buildings on the site.
The Ministry of Defence is to reduce the size of the Defence Storage & Distribution Centre near Bicester with the loss of 200 jobs over the next three years, and similar reductions will take place at sites near Telford and Stafford.
The Ministry of Defence is in preliminary discussions with Babcock International about the possibility of outsourcing the support and maintenance work at the Faslane Trident nuclear submarine base on the Clyde.
The Ministry of Defence has agreed a £1.65bn 30-year contract for the modernisation and management of its main building in central London with Kvaerner, Amey, Hyder, Innisfree and McQuarie Infrastructure.
The Ministry of Defence is planning to relocate the Ships Support Agency and 1,500 jobs from Bath to the Abbey Wood base in Bristol, and a new base for the Defence Logistics Organisation is being created in Bath.
The Ministry of Defence is to close Portsmouth naval base's telephone exchange, which is operated by a British Telecom-led consortium, in order to centralise its exchanges at sites in Kettering, Wakefield, St Helens and Dumbarton.
The Ministry of Defence is considering plans to close the nuclear assembly plant at Burghfield, having awarded a £2.2bn contract to British Nuclear Fuels, Lockheed Martin and Serco to operate facilities of the Atomic Weapons Establishment.
The Ministry of Defence has appointed Marconi Electronic Systems as prime contractor for the £6bn programme to build 12 Royal Navy destroyers, and the work will go to shipyards in Clyde and Southampton.