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

In the news

  • Millions of people in Great Britain do not have access to a nearby park or green space, a study suggests.
  • Canary Wharf Group Defines the City of the Future in Latest Sustainability Report
  • The Considerate Constructors Scheme - the organisation established to improve the image of construction - has expanded to offer professional service organisations the opportunity to register with the Scheme.
  • Defra releases review of its long-term environmental targets which it claims show 90 per cent of actions are on course, but green groups have offered a lukewarm response
  • Steep decline in coal-fired electricity generation means no need for new coal mines, campaigners claim
  • Jeremy Corbyn to make pledge as part of party’s ‘green industrial revolution’
  • Japan’s biggest house builder has struck a £90m deal with Homes England and Urban Splash to deliver thousands of new properties across England
  • But overall construction output inches up, according to ONS figures

  • The £200m bill to replace Grenfell Tower-type cladding on about 150 private high-rise blocks in England is to be met by the government.

  • The Government’s infrastructure tsar has warned Philip Hammond he must fully commit to a major programme of upgrades to the UK’s transport, energy and technology networks.
  • The UK government must set out how they plan to improve the energy efficiency of the country’s housing stock in order to meet climate change targets, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has warned.

  • The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) says that the UK government must immediately set a legally binding target to cut greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050.

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