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Bite-Size Session: The Future of Windows - a sustainable approach to acoustic design - London

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Find out how to take a green, forward thinking approach to all aspects of building acoustics including window design. When the Romans invented... Read more…

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Achieving Airtightness, Why and How: The need for joined up thinking for joined up building! - Salisbury

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A new half-day seminar exploring the theory and practice of achieving higher levels of airtightness - how to ‘build tight and ventilate right’
Buildings that achieve higher levels of airtightness tend to also be built and executed to a much higher quality level. Read more…

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Innovation in Flood Risk Management in the UK

Innovation in Flood Risk Management in the UK

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This seminar will cover the benefits and approaches to innovation in flood risk management. This includes innovations in engagement with communities and stakeholders, as well as the planning, design and maintenance of flood risk management infrastructure. Read more…

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Case study: Oxford City Council - Carbon Management Plan

Case study: Oxford City Council - Carbon Management Plan

In 2011, Oxford City Council achieved its target of reducing its own carbon emissions by 25%. It is now working with local private, public and non-profit organisations to reduce Oxford’s overall carbon emissions by 40% by 2020 to become an exemplar low carbon city. Read more…

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All London Green Grid

All London Green Grid

The All London Green Grid (ALGG) is a policy framework to promote the design and delivery of ‘green infrastructure’ across London. Green infrastructure... Read more…

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Biodiversity and Development: A Green Infrastructure (GI) Approach Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG)

The purpose of this Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) is to expand upon the Council’s existing planning policies on biodiversity and green infrastructure contained within the
adopted Local Development Plan (LDP). Read more…

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