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

In the news

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  • Both housing ministers fired as new PM rewards Brexiters

  • High-pressure laminate must be taken down, fire safety advisers tell government
  • Stirling Prize veterans RSHP, Witherford Watson Mann and Grimshaw have secured final-six places on the 2019 shortlist for the highest prize in UK architecture.

  • Michael Gove threw his weight behind a comprehensive plastic bottle recycling today as he warned time is running out to repair the damage human beings have done to the planet.

  • Electric vehicle (EV) charge points will be built on every new UK home or office with a car parking space, under new plans unveiled by the government today (July 15).

  • The scheme has been extended to SEA LIFE Blackpool, SEA LIFE London and Warwick Castle Resort.

  • By 2050, National Grid predicts, 35m electric cars will supply energy when needed

  • Government’s official climate advisers say there is no proper preparation to cope with heatwaves and flash floods.

  • Sir David Attenborough has told MPs that polluting the oceans and atmosphere will soon provoke as much public abhorrence as slavery.

  • Shopping centre owner and developer intu has unveiled further details of plans to build rental homes at its Lakeside centre in Essex.

  • Planting trees is now the best way to tackle rising temperatures and climate change, according to a study this week from a group of scientists.

  • Persimmon has made “good early progress” on improving its approach to customer service since the start of the year, it said today (July 4), but with its initiatives impacting volumes.

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