Industry News Roundup

The latest news this week in the Built Environment:

Southern Water publishes 50-year water resources plan

Southern Water has published its Water Resources Management Plan which sets out the company’s 50-year plan for ensuring water resilience in the south east. Read more…

Housing coalition urges for VAT cut to encourage green home improvements

Organisations from across the property and construction sectors are campaigning for the next UK government to cut VAT on maintenance and improvement works to people’s homes. Read more…

‘Intelligent’ concrete used in London City Airport expansion set for wider roll out

The construction industry’s first artificial intelligence (AI) concrete strength prediction engine, used in the London City Airport expansion, is to be used across more live projects. Read more…

GWR confident of smooth December timetable change

Ahead of a major timetable change on December 15, Great Western Railway is confident it will not be affected by problems similar to those suffered by the industry in May 2018. Read more…

Water industry takes major step towards becoming carbon zero

Water companies in England have launched a plan that will help deliver their goal to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030. Read more…

Willmott Dixon wins £39m university refurb job

Willmott Dixon Interiors has won a £39m refurbishment deal for London South Bank University. Read more…

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