Five questions for UKGBC’s new chief executive
Smith Mordak was appointed as CEO of the UK Green Building Council earlier this year. Three months into the role, they sat down with Place North West to discuss the importance of collaboration and turning goodwill around the climate crisis into action.
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Why office furniture should be in your sustainability plan
More than 1.2m office desks and 1.8m chairs in the UK end up in landfill each year, writes Tom Dickinson, managing director of OSI. How can we all play our part, particularly when sustainability and budgets are often at odds with one another?
Gillespies appointed to assess Cheshire’s Sandstone Ridge
Supported by Camargue and South Coast GIS, the landscape consultancy has the power to recommend to Natural England whether or not the 57,000-acre expanse should be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Govt’s pitch to neutralise nutrient neutrality rules met with mixed reaction
“We can’t be blinded by profit and our economy if we want to find the right balance in terms of protecting rivers and our environment,” said John Charlesworth, senior infrastructure engineer at Hydrock.
VIDEO | Best practice for decarbonising real estate portfolios
Retrofitting can not only improve energy efficiency, but also add value. This roundtable discussion, hosted by Hydrock, examined how collaboration, data collection, and clear briefs are the key to unlocking an effective decarbonisation strategy.
Transformation of St Helens’ Cannington Shaw Bottle Shop moves ahead
Having been on Historic England’s “at risk” register for more than 20 years, the derelict scheduled monument is to be converted into a community events space as part of the council’s £25m Towns Fund programme.