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

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  • The Stirling prize-winning Norwich estate is the tip of the iceberg: despite government cuts, local authorities are finding innovative ways to build housing
  • The government has named a total of 128 construction firms who have won a place on a new cross-public-sector framework worth a total of £30bn over the next seven years.
  • Tower’s ‘purely decorative’ architectural crown aided spread of fire, report says
  • Drivers of electric cars across the UK may soon be using special green number plates under new plans.
  • Minister sets out vision for new ‘construction corridor’ in the north of England.
  • Housing minister promises ‘generational’ changes to planning system
  • Custom House was due to be handed to Rail for London this month
  • Sekisui’s UK boss adds that most of materials in offsite homes will be locally sourced
  • ‘Heathrow’s third runway is poster child for this huge disconnect between official rhetoric and action’
  • A bill to tackle environmental priorities is to be published by the government later.
  • The government has "no plans" to make the use of modern methods of construction a requirement for publicly financed housebuilding projects.
  • Energy agency says solar power will drive faster than forecast growth in renewables

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