03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
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In the news

In the news

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  • Street of 105 homes hailed as high-quality architecture in its most environmentally and socially conscious form
  • New work slipped in August, ONS figures show
  • Electric car 'simply not commercially viable' for the firm, says founder James Dyson
  • New offshore windfarms opening in third quarter mark milestone towards zero carbon
  • Environmental activists plan to blockade roads in the centre of government for two weeks
  • Twenty institutions including Newcastle and Exeter club together in 10-year deal worth £50m
  • Dave Sheridan calls on ministers to grap the modern methods of construction nettle once and for all
  • A survey of 502 UK businesses has found that almost half are aiming to be carbon-neutral by 2030, with 8% claiming they had already reached this milestone.
  • Developers are increasingly aware of the link between buildings and occupants’ health, and they’re designing places where workers are more productive, less stressed and less likely to fall sick.
  • A village in Nottinghamshire is taking a major step into the future of ecological house building with the construction of two innovative eco-estates.
  • Wates’ M&E arm SES Engineering is to move its offsite manufacturing operations to a brand new Coventry facility called Prism next month.
  • The conker tree has been put on the official extinction list.

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