Sustainability

Half a Billion for public buildings to switch to cleaner heating


More public buildings and businesses will benefit from over half a billion pounds in funding to help reduce their energy bills and carbon emissions.

Clay Brick properties: The enduring asset for generations


Clay brick is a timeless building material, engineered to withstand weather extremes, climate changes, and architectural trends.

The drive towards electrifying the off-highway sector


The importance of electrification within the off-highway sector.

Contract awarded for UK’s first all-electric ‘green’ prison


Mitie Care & Custody has been awarded the contract to operate HMP Millsike, the UK’s first all-electric prison

Second £1.6Bn decarbonisation framework launched by Pagabo


Pagabo has announced the 56 suppliers appointed to its brand-new £1.6Bn Decarbonisation Solutions Framework

Biodiversity Net Gain: How developers can grow a successful strategy


Key points to be aware of and how to build a successful Biodiversity net gain strategy to ensure delivery of development.

Greener Government estate as First Street Hub tops out


Government is celebrating a sharp reduction in energy consumption and emissions across the public estate.

Planners Green-light BNG-ready Sheffield social housing scheme


Building work on 26 homes as part of a new social housing scheme near Sheffield city centre.

Rethinking sustainable construction: a future forged in timber


The light-weight nature and workability of timber makes it ideal for retrofitting, extending the life of existing buildings.

Balfour Beatty awarded contract to build Scotland’s first net zero prison


Balfour Beatty has confirmed that it has been awarded a contract to construct the new £209M HMP Highland in Inverness