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



  • 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
  • 798 million people live in places that have declared climate emergencies. Nicole Lazarus shares how local authorities and community groups can work together to create the transformative change we need
  • Architects have a great deal to contribute but only if everyone is involved, says the Cullinan Studio partner
  • With a General Election underway in the UK, it is vital that our next Government recognises the importance of the construction and built environment sectors.

    In order to make sure our voice is heard, Mace has published a Manifesto for Construction and the Built Environment.

  • With the next General Election just around the corner, Industry Insider focused on the party manifestos and what they will mean for the built environment. Read Futurebuild Event Director's opinion. 
  • The UK is now committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050. This welcome first step must be matched by urgent and coordinated action across all levels and departments of the next Government. We need a proper national plan and credible, funded policies to make sure we meet the 2050 target with time to spare.

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