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

In the news

  • 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
  • Humber drive aims to shrink carbon footprint of UK’s most polluting industrial zone
  • Earlier this month, Sajid Javid announced an additional £13.8 billion will be offered to Governmental departments over the next 12 months after a Spending Review pledge to end austerity.
  • Intelligent Hand Dryers recently banned disposable coffee cups with an inner plastic lining, water bottles and sandwich packets
  • The government and HS2 knew that the new high speed railway was over budget and was probably behind schedule years ago, documents seen by the BBC show.

  • Among those backing the campaign are Newcastle City Council leader Coun Nick Forbes, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham.

  • People must use less transport, eat less red meat and buy fewer clothes if the UK is to virtually halt greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, the government's chief environment scientist has warned.
  • Kier expects major construction companies to employ specialists to manage offsite manufacturing, as use of factory-assembled components rises on projects.

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