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Advice for Planners and Developers

The UK-GBC Green Building Guidance Task Group has created these documents to help Local Planning Authorities (LPAs) and the new neighbourhood... Read more…

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M&S Cheshire Oaks Case Study

M&S Cheshire Oaks Case Study

Case studies

Cheshire Oaks is Marks & Spencer's biggest greenest store, designed to be the most carbon efficient, biodiverse and materially innovative M&S store to date with an architectural and design strategy that addresses several areas of sustainability at once. Read more…

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Construction in the UK Economy

This study was originally commissioned by the UK Contractors Group during August and September, 2009. This latest revision was conducted in May 2012. Read more…

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A Guide to Understanding the Embodied Impacts of Construction Products

This guide aims to improve the understanding across the construction industry of the embodied impacts of construction products. The quest for... Read more…

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Associate Certificate in Environmental Management

Training courses

The Associate Certificate course is designed to raise the professional competence of environmental practitioners by developing and assessing your knowledge, understanding and application of environmental management and assessment. Read more…

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Construction's impact on the Big Society

Guidance and industry reports

The UK Contractor Group has published a report highlighting the huge impact construction makes to the fabric of society. This is demonstrated through a series of case studies showing how construction impacts on local communities and contributes to the “big society”. Read more…

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