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

In the news

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  • The government has announced plans to launch a new Housing Complaints Resolution Service for the entire housing market.

  • One of the best ways to enjoy city living is to give it some natural flare and an outdoor green space can increase the value of your home
  • More than 100 chief executives will meet at the end of the month to discuss implications of leaving EU
  • It is looking for a single “turnkey” provider to build new homes under the £320m deal
  • Government has launched an ambitious new strategy to clean up our air and save lives
  • Government research shows remedial plans for dozens of buildings ‘remain unclear’
  • Mark Wild says ‘thousands of hours of construction work’ still left to do on railway
  • New initiative announced after anger about closure of previous scheme to pay consumers for excess green electricity
  • Here is a look at some of the latest digital innovations and technical challenges on groundworks and infrastructure projects.
  • A series of wet winters have changed attitudes to flood risk. This year, the first outputs from the Government-backed flood resilience action plan will include a new code of practice for construction projects, with changes to building regulations also in the pipeline. Jon Masters explains.
  • A hotel is claimed to be the first in the UK to be powered by battery, saving up to £20,000 a year on its energy bill by charging from the National Grid during off-peak periods.
  • A third of the UK’s electricity came from renewables in 2018 as overall power generation fell to its lowest levels since 1994.

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