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

In the news

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  • The government has revealed a list of the non-ACM materials that will be examined by BRE in a series of new cladding fire tests.
  • High hopes for Hornsea One as developer says its output could fill the gap left by nuclear
  • Waiting for coal power plants to naturally retire and be replaced with cleaner alternatives will take too long
  • David Higgins says national competitiveness at risk if government fails to commit to building line
  • New super-hub to be best connected rail station in the UK with connection to Elizabeth line (Crossrail) into central London and Heathrow Airport, with HS2 services to the midlands, Scotland and the North.
  • A team led by developer Urban Splash and architects Proctor & Matthews is poised to land what's likely to become the UK's largest modular housing scheme this century
  • Regional construction work has hit record levels amid strong confidence among developers, according to the latest Deloitte Real Estate Crane Survey.
  • Facility also has automated storage warehouse and control centre tracking freight

  • Northern Ireland could face a housing shortage if legislation is not passed to reclassify housing associations as private bodies by the end of March, it has been warned.

  • The government is to pour £38m into new classrooms, building refurbishments and equipment upgrades ahead of the introduction of T Level construction and building services engineering courses.

  • Timber frames, for so long limited to the low-rise residential sector, have begun to break into commercial and higher-rise uses, thanks to technological breakthroughs. What does the future hold?

  • 'Our planet's survival will depend on how well we retain the value of products within the system by extending their life'

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