02-04 March 2021 / ExCeL, London
Tue & Wed 10:00 – 18:00, Thu 10:00 – 16:00

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In the news

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  • We speak to Canary Wharf Group's Head of Sustainability, Martin Gettings, about the ways that Canary Wharf is using its sustainability efforts to pave the way for the cities of the future.
  • Mayor claims he knew about delay only two days before public announcement but cross-party City Hall committee say 'highly likely' he knew six weeks earlier
  • Prime minister Theresa May’s unexpected announcement that the government is scrapping the cap on how much councils can borrow to build new homes has been widely welcomed
  • A survey of top construction industry executives has revealed the majority of firms invest less than 2 per cent of company revenue in offsite construction.
  • The River Thames has become a ‘wild west’ unbound by new laws to clean up the city’s roads, say campaigners
  • From chocolate to drugs and steel, worried businesses are hoarding supplies in case of a bumpy departure from the EU
  • The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has announced new £36 million UK Government funding to develop clean energy innovation at Swansea University.
  • The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) is pleased to announce the winners for its annual Architectural Technology Awards. Presented by CIAT President Alex Naraian on 14 September 2018, the Awards celebrate the latest achievements and highest quality in Architectural Technology.
  • There are already 7,000 people working on the scheme
  • Prime minister says some politicians 'look down on' people who live in low-cost homes - but does not name them
  • 'Regional and urban background pollutants may be as important as near-traffic pollutants', scientists say
  • Architects are concerned a loss of diversity will lead to ‘boring conversations and dull design’ after the ARB recorded a 42 per cent fall in registrations from non-British EU architects since the Brexit vote

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