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 05-07 March 2019 / ExCeL, London

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  • The answer to the title’s question is an un-equivocal yes! The how is not so easy to explain, as its more than just a tick box exercise of saying that because the business works on an issue it is delivering on a particular goal.
  • Architect Bill Dunster is renowned as a pioneer of sustainability. He founded ZEDfactory, a practice dedicated to zero-carbon development, in 1999. Its eco-friendly housing development BedZED in Sutton won a RIBA sustainability award in 2003 and was nominated for the Stirling prize.
  • Put the energy user at the heart of policy

    18 Sep 2018 ADE Deputy Director (incoming) Dr Joanne Wade

    This November is the ten year anniversary of the Climate Change Act, which set a target to reduce UK greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% by 2050 and established the Committee on Climate Change to advise and hold to account the Government as it progressed towards this target.

  • The government has identified 14 new Garden Villages across England[1] aimed at providing settlements of between 1,500 and 10,000 homes - potentially delivering more than 48,000 homes.
  • Architects love to break the mould – but you ignore the rules of urban design at your peril, says David Rudlin
  • Social skills

    07 Sep 2018
    The collapse of Carillion should lead to a renewed focus on the positive impact that construction businesses can have on society
  • Why we all need to think the unthinkable today

    05 Sep 2018 Martin Hurn, Managing Director, Futurebuild Events

    The decision to evolve ecobuild into Futurebuild following the 2018 event was always going to be a bold one, and not without challenges.

  • When we made the decision to evolve the event into Futurebuild, one of our key priorities was ensuring it was 100% focused on what our thousands of attendees most want to see and experience when they visit.
     
  • Blog: Air pollution and existing homes

    31 Aug 2018 Wendy Thomas, residential product manager, Nuaire
    Air pollution is now recognised to be the greatest environmental threat to human health in the UK
  • The government needs to find a way out of the mess it has created

    31 Aug 2018 Richard Steer, chairman, Gleeds

    The construction’s contribution to the economy is seemingly being ignored. But ours is the sector that is going to be essential in the delivery process of large infrastructure projects post-Brexit

  • The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has responded to the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government Social Housing Green Paper.

  • Behold the project of the future – but it needs your help

    20 Aug 2018 Jaimie Johnston, director and head of global systems, Bryden Wood

    Let’s step a year or two into the future - Jaimie Johnston, director and head of global systems, Bryden Wood

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