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Monthly Archives: June 2007
I have a meeting planned down at the BRE in a week or so and hope, as part of the visit to view the buildings erected as part of the Offsite 2007 event. (now closed, but the website contains much … Continue reading
And you thought Google was just a search engine? Take a look at Google’s Climate Change Programe
In comparison to the news that the UK housing sector is to be invetsigated, and with the media quick to pick up on the numbers that only 3 in 4 (76%) of people buying new homes are satisfied with quality, … Continue reading
Noticed this on the Carbon Trust website recently: The Low-Carbon Building Accelerator seeks to demonstrate that major refurbishments of non-residential buildings can be completed in both a low-carbon and a cost-effective manner. It involves the Carbon Trust’s specialist consultants working … Continue reading
The Sunday Times yesterday reported that the BSF programme is missing a big opportunity to promote sustainable building methods. A report from the education and skills select committee, headed by Labour MP Barry Sheerman, will slam the programme for missing … Continue reading