Future regulation: how developers and estate managers will need to think green

Posted by Ian Hopkins on 26-Apr-2016 09:10:20

The landscape for energy legislation, driven by initiatives to tackle climate change, is often changing. How will building developers and estate managers adapt? By thinking green.

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Topics: Energy Management, Building Design

Hard Measures, Soft Landings: The New Regulatory Environment for Building Emissions

Posted by John Hyde on 05-Apr-2016 10:25:28

Why do we need to control building emissions and what targets have been set to reduce them? Government regulation is changing the way building developers must think about low carbon incentives.

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Topics: Energy Consumption, Building Design

London Calling: Leading the Way for Greener Building Design

Posted by Ian Hopkins on 15-Mar-2016 10:00:00

As London leads the way for greener building design, what are the benefits of thinking about Combined Heat and Power (CHP) for inner-city developers looking to be lean, clean, and green?

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Topics: Building Design

How the UK Government Construction Strategy 2025 Is Affecting Building Development

Posted by Clare Burns on 09-Mar-2016 13:41:18

The government’s building strategy Construction 2025 aims to reduce emissions by 50%. Is this achievable – and how can Combined Heat and Power (CHP) play a part?

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Topics: Building Design