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

In the news

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  • ilke Homes, a British modular homes business, has announced partnerships to deliver an additional 56 new modular properties across the UK.
  • Training body says industry needs to start planning for skills void.
  • With 95% of British architects white and 75% male, a new campaign is encouraging diversity in the profession

  • Considerate Constructors Scheme to award best-performing Ultra Sites with highest accolade in considerate construction.
  • Primary schools in Westminster will be protected by “no-pollution zones” under plans announced today. 

  • Gavin Hamblett, managing director of Prater, talks about the skills shortage and what the sector must do to overcome. 

  • Recent developments in the housebuilding industry look set to stimulate the market for timber frame construction, says Norbord marketing manager, David Connacher

  • Article piece by Jack Pringle, principal and EMEA regional director, Perkins+Will

    Will Alsop left behind some bizarre-looking buildings and a heap of brilliant anecdotes – but he also showed us how to put art into architecture. Who will take his place?

  • Countryside Properties is pressing ahead with plans to build its own modular housing factory in a bid to drive its growth, as it increasingly focuses on building affordable homes for rent.

  • Predictions suggest fall-out from recession won’t be as bad as a decade ago

  • Roadbridge has won a Gold Award at the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s 2018 National Site Awards for its North Runway Construction Package 1 project at Dublin Airport.
  • Amazing achievements by top-performing considerate constructors showcases industry at its very best

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