New regulations in Scotland will be developed to ensure all new homes use renewable or low carbon heating and are more energy efficient.
Offices across Manchester and Liverpool have been verified as net-zero carbon under the UK Green Building Council’s 2019 definition.
Phil Kelly, head of sustainability and building physics at Ramboll, discusses the challenge of staying ahead of the curve with sustainable building regulations, ahead of the Part L updates.
Trident Building Consultancy takes a look at the green initiatives that can be adapted to benefit a historic building and its occupant.
Transport for London (TfL) has published its five-year Business Plan draft covering 2020/21 to 2024/25 to support sustainable growth in London.
Mott MacDonald’s aim is to drive down carbon emissions in the short, medium and long term, by implementing a set of policies and actions on carbon management.
Vital Energi has been awarded a £8.9m contract to provide the complete mechanical and electrical (M&E) infrastructure at Royal Warwick Square.
Leading European cities including Helsinki, Finland and Valladolid and companies have pledged to slash carbon emissions from their buildings to net-zero.
Siemens is helping the Hallé orchestra’s new £4.3m St Peter’s extension cut costs by integrating a digital solution to reduce energy use by 35%.
Architects Perkins and Will, in partnership with Penoyre & Prasad, will offer net-zero carbon operational design strategies for new and retrofit buildings.
The opening day of Build2Perform Live featured practical actions to help the UK accelerate its progress to meeting its 2050 emission targets.
Amey Australia’s regional autonomous trial has been unveiled which will see Amey operate the world’s first retrofitted autonomous pickup truck.
ENGIE Fabricom has secured over £20m worth of business in offshore wind following a series of wins over the course of the past 12 months.
The installation of Spacetherm WL insulation is set to improve the heating efficiency of a Victorian, three floor, semi-detached house in south east London.