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Kier Group has sold its Lincoln-based fleet and passenger services division to management for £18m, creating a new company called Essential Fleet Services with 500 staff.

Kier is to acquire Mouchel, the Woking-based provider of road maintenance services with 6,500 staff, for £265m.

Kier is to relocate its Leeds construction office to an 8,500 sq ft unit at Sovereign Square over the next few weeks.

Kier is to invest £12m in the expansion of its construction headquarters at Cambridge Research Park, with the creation of 100 jobs.

Kier is to recruit 60 apprentices at its construction and property operations in the Midlands this year.

Kier has reached agreement on a £70m deal to build and maintain nine new fire stations for London Fire Brigade by 2016.

Kier Group has agreed a deal to acquire May Gurney, the Norwich-based road and rail maintenance firm with about 6,000 staff, for £221m, beating a previous bid from Costain.

Kier Construction is seeking permission to relocate its Cheltenham-based building business and up to 166 jobs to a new £6.3m headquarters at Cheltenham Office Park.

Kier has acquired a 50% stake in BiogenGreenfinch, the Bedfordshire-based developer of anaerobic digestion plants, from Bedfordia Group for £24m.

Kier has sold its temporary accommodation business to Wernick Hire for up to £12m, while its mechanical plant and small tools unit has been sold to Ashtead Plant Hire for up to £4m.

Kier is to create about 100 jobs in Stoke-on-Trent, having won a contract to install solar panels on 4,000 council properties.

Kier is relocating the Midlands headquarters of its construction business to a 23,000 sq ft office at the Blythe Valley Business Park in Solihull.

Kier has acquired Beco, the Devon-based supplier of renewable energy sources based on photovoltaic technology, for up to £2.4m.

Kier Group has acquired Pure Recycling Warwick, the owner of a materials recycling facility due for completion at Ettington in Warwickshire in March 2011, for an initial £2m.

Kier has acquired Hugh Bourn Developments, the Lincolnshire-based housebuilder, for £53m.

Kier has acquired Ashwood Homes, the housebuilder operating in Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, for £24m.

Kier has won a £20m contract from Barnet Healthcare NHS Trust to build a mental health facility at Barnet General Hospital.

Kier has won a £12m contract from Shanks Waste Services to build a materials recycling plant at Rainham in Essex.

Kier has acquired Tudor Homes, the Lincolnshire-based housebuilder, for £15m.

Kier has won a £1.5m contract from Inverclyde Royal NHS Trust to build a sterile supplies unit in Greenock.

Kier's Wallis subsidiary has won a £17m contract from De Vere to build a Village Hotel & Leisure Club near Maidstone.

Kier has acquired Partnerships First from Belan, in order to create a new social housing division called Kier Partnership Homes with four offices in Dorking, Bristol, Aldridge and Southampton.

Kier is planning to more than double the size of its support services division over the next two years, by setting up a stand-alone business unit and increasing turnover to £150m.

Kier has acquired Allison Homes, the housebuilder that trades as Swallow Homes in eastern England, for £17m.

Kier has won a £198m contract from Prospect Healthcare to build a 200-bed hospital in Reading.

Kier has won a £18m contract to build a 123-bedroom hotel at Thorpe Park in Leeds for Shires Inn.

Kier has bought the trading name of the James Longley construction group from the receivers for a nominal sum, in order to strengthen its presence in Sussex.

Kier has won the first stage of a tender process to build the £55m out-of-town Hampshire Centre shopping complex in Bournemouth, which is being developed by Castlemore Securities.

Kier is to build a £60m PFI hospital in Port Talbot for Bro Morgannwg NHS Trust.

Kier is planning to acquire Bellwinch for about £13m in order to expand its housebuilding business in the south-east.

Kier Group has acquired FM Contract Services, the building maintenance company, for an initial £4.5m.