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



  • Environmental challenges are ones that our industry should rise to because they will create enormous opportunities for companies and individuals says Ann Bentley, global board director of Rider Levett Bucknall.

  • There may be a lull in the residential market, but the relative inaction due to market uncertainty can’t last predicts Arcadis partner, Richard Jones. 

  • British building regulations need to tighten up so we build better and healthier buildings, explains Will Kirkman, managing director at Ecomerchant

  • We operate in a fragmented industry and we must raise our game. Clear reporting by companies could serve to transparently build up trust
  • Despite a turbulent summer, we shouldn't lose faith in our ability to tackle the climate crisis, argues Green MEP Molly Scott Cato
  • Stephanie Canham considers the changing climate on funding issues for MMC and modular construction

  • Bank of England governor says efforts to reverse global warming will lead to 'major changes' in UK economy

  • Seeking underdeveloped urban sites and building on brownfield must be paired with genuine commitment to tackling the shortage

  • What will a Johnson premiership mean for construction?

  • Britain is at the forefront of the fight to protect the environment with world-class designers and engineers – but we need more government action
  • Details are needed on subsidy level, and how the job will actually get done
  • If we are to make really interesting places it will take collaboration - and risk, says Martyn Evans

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