Leading architects, engineers and building professionals have joined forces to launch the ‘Climate Emergency Design Guide’, providing a blueprint on how the construction industry can tackle the climate emergency.
The West Midlands Combined Authority is urging local residents and businesses to have their say on what they feel should be done to combat the climate emergency.
Plans for 133 homes at Ebbsfleet Green have received approval by Ebbsfleet’s planning committee, including 37 affordable rented and 14 shared ownership homes including five wheelchair accessible homes.
Richard Tibenham of Greenlite Building Physics makes the case for higher fuel prices in an age of climate emergency.
This is Gravity ltd has appointed JLL as the sole agent for its smart campus, Gravity, which is currently under development, located in the south-west of England.
The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has launched a new corporate strategy putting climate action at the heart of all its activities over the next 10 years.
A proposal to include build quality guidance notes in revised Part L regulations, anticipated to come into effect later this year, has been welcomed by insulation specialist Actis.
Simon Lloyd, technical project manager at Kiwa Building Products, discusses everything you need to know about External Wall Insulation (EWI).
A new district energy centre has been launched by ENGIE UK, in partnership with Newcastle City Council, boosting Newcastle’s commitment to tackling climate change.
A former vicarage which is being converted into temporary accommodation for homeless people in Ashford, Kent, is being insulated with Actis Hybrid products.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has published the energy performance targets for commercial offices that are aiming to achieve net-zero carbon.
In this article, TRADA looks at why the Stirling Prize-winning Goldsmith Street represents a big step forward for Passivhaus – and looks at the 2020 University Challenge.
The Wates Group has today committed to zero waste and carbon from its operations by 2025, well ahead of the government’s own environmental targets.
Insulation specialist Actis has been working with the Structural Timber Association (STA) on its response to the government's revised Part L and F Building Regulations.