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Listen to all things net zero carbon and sustainability via our COP26 podcast series.
COP26 | Retrofitting in action: lessons learned from ForHousing
Retrofitting will play a key part in helping the UK meet its net zero carbon goal. ForHousing shares its practical approach to tackling the issue and making its properties sustainable in the latest episode of Place North West’s COP26 podcast series.
COP26 | Back to basics: Cutting through the net-zero noise
When it comes to minimising carbon footprints, companies should keep things simple and take steps to measure, monitor, and manage energy consumption before considering investing heavily in largely untested technologies, according to energy provider Unify.
COP26 | Retrofitting 101: the dos and don’ts of making old buildings sustainable
Engineering consultancy WSP delves into the ins and outs of retrofitting beyond just housing, tackling how commercial projects need to get on board to help the UK meet its net zero ambitions in this episode of Place North West’s COP26 podcast series.
COP26 | How do you create a net zero, new-build office?
Bruntwood Works is aiming to create the first carbon-neutral, new-build commercial development in the country. In this latest episode of Place North West’s COP26 podcast series, we ask how it can be done and, more importantly, if it can be replicated at scale.
COP26 | How is the net zero agenda impacting landlord and tenant relationships?
In the latest episode of Place North West’s COP26 podcast series, TLT LLP provides insight into the tug-of-war being fought between occupiers and landlords over who should pay to bring buildings in line with sustainability targets.
PODCAST | How can permitted development shape our towns?
This policy was introduced to speed up the planning process and tackle housing shortages, but has it had the desired effect and will recent changes to the rules have a positive or negative impact on our town and city centres?
PODCAST | Getting under the skin of town centre regeneration
Local authorities are mobilising to redevelop distressed assets into schemes aimed at revitalising town and city centres, but the success of such projects is dependent on strong partnerships with the private sector, and a clear understanding of the needs of individual places, according to sector experts.