In an open letter to the UK government, LGIM’s head of sustainability, head of LGIM Real Assets and CEO of Legal & General Capital, has called on the government to reduce emissions from the built environment.
Northumbria University has been chosen to participate in a €4.8m project to make renovating residential buildings in Europe more energy efficient.
Plans for 20 new garden towns and garden villages could create 200,000 car-dependent households, according to research by Transport for New Homes. Sustainable transport campaigner Steve Chambers discusses the findings.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a £30bn ‘Plan for Jobs’ to save money, cut carbon, and support around 140,000 jobs.
The CPRE is urging the government to put the countryside at the forefront of climate action so that rural communities do not bear the brunt of the climate crisis.
The forum, chaired by deputy minister for economy and transport, Lee Waters, aims to bring together leaders from the public and private sectors across Wales’ construction industry.
Prime minister Boris Johnson has announced radical reforms to the planning system, giving freedom for buildings and land in town centres to change use without planning permission.
Legal & General has announced it is going to make its new housing stock net-zero carbon enabled by 2030, this will be implemented in a phased approach across all its homes.
Student accommodation provider Alumno has given the green light to Westridge Construction to begin work on a new project in the Falmer district of Brighton and Hove.
Hawkins\Brown and Studio Egret West have been appointed as the principal masterplan architects for the Earls Court development site following a six-month international competition.
The Government has announced new measures to help boost the construction industry that will be introduced this week, including flexible working hours, deadline extensions and speedy planning.
100,000 new affordable homes are needed each year to provide housing fit for key workers who have fought Covid-19 on the frontline, according to a new report by the Local Government Association (LGA).
Sovereign Housing Association is working with Redrow to build 51 quality new affordable homes in Littledown, Shaftesbury.
Only 149 of the 456 high-rise buildings over 18 metres which have unsafe ACM cladding have been fully remediated, according to a new report by the National Audit Office (NAO).