Kisa Zehra, economist at RICS writes that “A pronounced shift in thinking, investment and production are required to meet net-zero targets”
The Home of 2030 competition encourages the design of environmentally friendly homes that support people in leading independent, fulfilling lives as our society ages.
Investing in energy-efficient homes and tackling climate change is key to the country’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, Together Housing Group has stressed.
In his annual letter to shareholders in January, Blackrock CEO Larry Fink laid out how the company was pivoting to putting environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles at the core of its investment strategy. Rather than the tokenistic corporate social responsibility initiatives seen in prior years, Fink’s push for sustainability was grounded both in environmental […]
To promote housing diversity and unlock potential for 130,000 new homes, the National Custom and Self Build Association has united with the Federation of Master Builders, UK Cohousing Network and National Community Land Trust Network to create new group, Housing Diversification. RIBAJ ask group spokesman and NaCSBA CEO Andrew Baddeley Chappell why it’s needed.
ECA’s director of CSR, Paul Reeve, explores the possibilities for apprentices – and others – to travel and work safely on site in these continually challenging times …
It is no secret that Britain has a housing supply crisis. Yet for a long time, the way we delivered homes showed no sign of changing. Recently, however, the industry has started to embrace innovation in the supply chain. Modular, where houses are built in a factory, has the potential to play a key role […]
For years now, MMC – modern methods of construction – has been much talked about as a forward-looking solution to many of the building sector’s problems. But so far, it has been mostly just that – talk. Now, though it seems MMC’s time might have finally come.
The latest RIBA survey says one third of firms expect workloads to increase. There are now more architects feeling optimistic about future workloads for the first time in four months, according to the latest RIBA Future Trends survey.
With IT and finance the most optimistic professions, confidence among construction workers about their job prospects has fallen compared to those working in other sectors, research from LinkedIn says.