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

In the news

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  • It comes after the announcement of 12 new renewable energy projects to provide enough power for seven million homes
  • Thousands of people around the UK have joined a global climate change protest, with pupils walking out of schools and workers downing tools to demand action.
  • Coastal areas in the UK and Northern Europe will experience an increase in "compound flooding" in coming decades say researchers.
  • Housing select committee had suggested linking public subsidies for developers to MMC use
  • Building on the momentum of the Global Climate Strike, the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has today unveiled its Climate Commitment Platform, an online tool designed to profile the headline commitments and carbon targets of built environment organisations.
  • Real estate firms with more than £300bn of assets under management have signed a groundbreaking commitment to tackle the growing risk of climate change.
  • Rightmove says average price down by £730 as sellers wait to see how Brexit plays out
  • The march of the flexible workspace is evolving and is set to further penetrate the office market says real estate advisor Cushman & Wakefield, in a new report, Coworking 2019: The UK Flexible Evolution Continues.
  • Our current equipment programme is possibly the last to be dependent on fossil fuel engines
  • A new study commissioned by the Smart Home League has revealed that even though Europeans are positive about a smart home that can support them in their daily life, only 11% own smart-home products.
  • The Considerate Constructors Scheme - the national organisation established to improve the image of construction - is pleased to announce that Amanda Long will join as Chief Executive from 16 September 2019.
  • Work on ambitious affordable housing scheme in east London is expected to start by March 2022

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