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

In the news

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  • Consultation published ahead of second anniversary of Grenfell Tower fire
  • Building job numbers fall at fastest rate since 2012
  • The chancellor has warned Theresa May that reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050 could cost the UK more than £1tn.
  • London is facing a water crisis after pipes burst 26,000 times in the last four years, a report claims.
  • Public electric vehicle (EV) charging locations in the UK have outnumbered petrol stations across the country for the first time, new statistics by Zap-Map show.

  • The construction industry has one of the highest rates of musculoskeletal disorders of an industry, as the toll taken by physically demanding tasks on workers adds up to an annual bill of £646m.
  • Investment represents a ‘huge vote of confidence’ in modern prefab, says Homes England
  • The twin crises of climate breakdown and biodiversity loss are the most serious issue of our time.
  • Seventeen laureates demand accelerated carbon reduction and government cash

  • Galliford Try has rejected a £1.1bn bid from Bovis Homes to take over the contractor’s housebuilding and regeneration and partnerships businesses.
  • Gusto Homes, the Newark-based housebuilder, has started the second phase of an eco-housing development near Lincoln.
  • Britain has set a new record for going without coal-powered energy, but how long will it last and when will we ditch the dirty fuel entirely?

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