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

In the news

  • NATIONAL CERTIFICATION scheme MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) has today published the first standard for installation of battery energy storage systems in a move set to complement their certification of other microgeneration technologies.
  • The latest in an AJ series looking at architects who have saved buildings from the bulldozers or given them a new lease of life
  • BEIS is proposing to establish Ofgem as the heat network regulator
  • Just a few years ago, the idea of a house being spit out by a 3D printer would’ve sounded absurd to most of us. But not only have houses been 3D printed in multiple countries, entire communities of printed homes are being built—and it doesn’t stop there.
  • Scottish Government says tackling climate emergency is 'at the heart' of its tax and spending plans for year ahead
  • The Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission’s final report launched at the Garden Museum in Lambeth on the 30th January.
  • Regulator aims to support investment in low-carbon technology while protecting households from price rises
  • Construction 2025, the joint government and industry strategy, outlines some extremely ambitious targets for the UK construction sector
  • Mace will achieve its net zero carbon emissions target this year, it has announced.
  • Damning assessment by group of leading architects and engineers describes government plan as ‘a step backwards’
  • Planners and engineers have been rapped for allowing new housing developments to be dominated by roads.
  • Total construction output in Great Britain is forecast to experience a slight decline of 0.3% in 2020, before a rise of 1.2% in 2021 according to the Construction Products Association’s latest Construction Forecasts.

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