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Tarmac is to create 37 graduate jobs at its Solihull-based building materials business next year.

Tarmac is to create at least 35 jobs at a new concrete products factory due to open at the former Milbank Floors site in Weeting, Norfolk, in March.

Tarmac has sold its TopPave concrete landscaping blocks business, including sites in Pocklington and Poole, to Brett Landscaping & Building Products for undisclosed terms.

Tarmac has acquired National Road Planning, the Lincolnshire-based provider of planning services, plant and equipment, from Rand Group for undisclosed terms.

Tarmac has acquired Encore Environmental Aggregates of Lanarkshire from Alfred McAlpine.

Tarmac has agreed a £1.2bn takeover bid from Anglo American, the South African mining company, and the combined group will seek acquisitions in continental Europe.

Tarmac has acquired Moffatts, the operator of quarries in the west of Northern Ireland, for £6m.

Tarmac has acquired Situsec, the Greenwich-based asphalt company, for £9.5m.

Tarmac has bought Marley Paving, the concrete block and paving business, from Brussels-based Etex for £26m.

Tarmac Civil Engineering is seeking 250 construction workers for a £50m contract to upgrade Nine Dock at Devonport Dockyard in Plymouth.

Tarmac's Bilston-based Crown House Engineering division is planning to increase its workforce from 80 to 200 by the end of the year, and is seeking new premises.

Tarmac Quarry Products has acquired Johnston Surfacing, the road surfacing contractor, from Johnston Group for £0.6m.

Tarmac has acquired a US concrete paving business from Marshalls for £18m, which will expand its presence in the southern states.

Tarmac and Bovis are to merge their plant hire operations into a joint venture called Castlewyse, which will unite Bovis's Wyseplant branches with those of Tarmac's Castle Plant Services subsidiary.

Tarmac and ARC are merging their Midlands quarrying operations into a joint venture called Midland Quarry Products, a move which will result in the mothballing of ARC's Nuneaton and Whitwick quarries.

Tarmac has bought out Trafalgar House's interest in Richard Lees, their concrete flooring joint venture for £5.9m.

Tarmac has received a number of approaches from parties interested in buying its housing division.