03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
Tue & Wed 10:00 – 18:00, Thu 10:00 – 16:00

Opinion

Opinion

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  • As the UK formally leaves the EU, Dorte Rich Jørgensen MCIBSE reflects on her difficulty in applying for British citizenship and calls on industry to sign the #ConstructionisOpen pledge in support of EU nationals in the UK
  • Statistics suggest that more than 75% of us will have abandoned our new year’s resolutions by now.
  • Last night, our CEO Sue Riddlestone was on BBC London. Letting the cameras into her own eco-village home at BedZED, she shared how and why sustainable living must be embedded into our housing and communities
  • With a new government settling in, and another Queen’s Speech to digest, Hywel Davies looks forward to the year(s) ahead
  • David Harrison, Jonathan Olson-Welsh and Rebecca Timms on what to expect as we get set to exit the EU

  • Sajid Javid has promised a wave of investment in the less prosperous regions. But what is the best way of splashing the cash?
  • Katy Dowding explains why the industry needs to represent the society it builds for.
  • Industry can seem so keen to discuss how digital construction will change our world that it fails to see how much it already has. Mace’s senior BIM adviser Marzia Bolpagni on the trends that should shape 2020
  • Andrew Mellor outlines how local consultation altered a regeneration project in Truro
  • The UK Green Building Council has today reacted to the result of the general election 2019
  • “Many people will remember this as the ‘Brexit election’.
  • While our politicians fix their eyes on battle, the UK construction industry remains quietly focused on improvement through collaborative effort

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