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



  • Exposure to air pollution is the fifth ranking human health risk factor globally, following malnutrition, dietary risks, high blood pressure, and tobacco’ *

  • A Fresh Approach to Construction’s Gender Gap

    01 Mar 2018 Sue James, on behalf of the ecobuild Conference Team

    The number of women currently working in construction in the UK makes up for just 13 per cent of the total workforce in this sector. Shockingly, this is one of the highest levels it’s been over the last twenty years. 

  • BALI promises a packed Pavilion at re-energised ecobuild 2018

    28 Feb 2018 Darren Taylor, British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI)
    With the start of spring just around the corner, the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) and a host of registered members are returning to London’s ExCeL for a re-energised ecobuild.
  • Green spaces in the urban realm directly impact our mental health and wellbeing

    28 Feb 2018 Mak Gilchrist FRSA, Founding Director of The Edible Bus Stop Studio
    To exhibit how easy it is to integrate key green spaces into urban areas, The Edible Bus Stop® Studio will be exhibiting The HiveTM within the sustainability showcases at ecobuild 2018.
  • Make a Pledge for the SDGs at ecobuild

    20 Feb 2018 Julia Hawkins, Head of Communications and Policy at Bioregional

    In case you hadn’t already noticed, ecobuild this year will focus on how the built environment can implement the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

  • How can we expand urban areas sustainably? Lessons from Bicester

    07 Feb 2018 Nicole Lazarus, Bioregional Oxfordshire Programme Manager

    The preamble of Goal 11 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Sustainable Cities and Communities, says that ‘sustainable development cannot be achieved without significantly transforming the way we build and manage our urban spaces.’  

  • Business and the SDGs: Time for a 10X approach

    06 Feb 2018 John Elkington, Volans Co-Founder, Chairman & Chief Pollinator

    How should businesses in the built environment sector view the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? Find out what John Elkington, Volans Co-Founder, Chairman & Chief Pollinator thinks in his blog. 

  • The Future of Domestic Energy Storage

    30 Jan 2018 Barny Evans, Head of Sustainable Places, Energy & Waste at WSP

    Barny Evans, Head of Sustainable Places, Energy & Waste at WSP will discuss The Future of Domestic Energy Storage.



  • Why built environment professionals are on the frontline of healthcare provision

    29 Jan 2018 Anthony Probert, Programme Manager – Sustainable Places, Bioregional

    Sustainable Development Goal 3 seeks to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all. Bioregional’s Anthony Probert looks at why people building our homes and communities are well placed to help achieve this goal.

  • Blog: Greening for wellbeing: Strategic planting is an essential building service

    18 Jan 2018 Chloe Hampton, Research and Enterprise Support Officer, LSBU

    Sustainability professional Chloe Hampton encourages entries to the CIBSE/ARCC GI Design Challenge in her blog, with the awards ceremony to be held as part of ecobuild 2018.

  • To keep ecobuild visitors at the forefront of innovations and opportunities in the built environment, ARCC today announces the projects involved in their research showcase …
  • How can the economics of housing serve the needs of the people?

    12 Jan 2018 Jane Briginshaw, Director of Jane Briginshaw Associates

    It’s been more than six months since the Grenfell Tower fire which killed 71 people and injured dozens more. The green hearts and white roses which became synonymous with the tragedy have been put aside, if not forgotten by some, but many of the victims still haven’t been provided with permanent homes.

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