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

In the news

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  • Emergent Design starts work on airspace project

  • The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced that local authorities will receive a share of his new £10m fund to help deliver more council, social rented, and other genuinely affordable homes.

  • Plans for the UK's first fully electric refuse fleet have been revealed as Veolia has signed a new tech-driven City of London waste contract.

  • The settlements are expected to power themselves and produce their own food.

  • The City of London’s planning committee has given Foster & Partners’ controversial Tulip tourist attraction the green light.

  • Final costs unknown until revised schedule for signalling and operational systems is agreed.

  • The countdown has begun to the launch of one of the world's boldest attempts to tackle air pollution.

  • Out of the 200 projects that were entered for RIBA London Awards in 2019, 83 have been shortlisted. 

     

  • Report finds rise in solar and wind generation almost eclipsed capacity lost when Hazelwood power station closed

  • Housebuilder adopts “cautious approach” to land buying in recent months
  • Contractors Balfour Beatty and Graham Group have been listed among 18 firms still in the running to operate four offsite construction hubs to help deliver a new runway at Heathrow Airport.
  • A total of 40 modular homes are set to be built in Birmingham after Homes England agreed a £7.45m loan from the government’s Home Building Fund for a new development by Urban Splash and Places for People.

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