Climate Crisis Challenge

Property Week has launched the Climate Crisis Challenge in collaboration with UKGBC along with our partners Argent, Mishcon de Reya and Savills.

The PW/UKGBC Climate Crisis perceptions Survey

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The Property Week/UKGBC Climate Crisis Perceptions Survey


Will 2021 be the year the property industry turns awareness of the climate crisis into action? Take part in our survey now and #BeTheSolution.

Joe Biden

Key steps on the road to net zero

2021-02-25T00:00:00+00:00By Bill Hughes

When Joe Biden was sworn in as US president and made addressing climate change one of the central pillars of his policy, it felt like a watershed moment.

Green office

It’s time for property to transform


In my 2021 predictions, I acknowledged that in many aspects, our thinking had moved forward a decade in 10 months.

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Post-Covid offices are set to flourish

2021-02-25T00:00:00+00:00By William Beardmore-Gray

What is the closest forest to central London? Epping? Highgate? Petts Wood? By 2024, Central London will have its own forest on the site of the former Blackfriars Crown Court in Southwark.

City skyline climate change

Stars aligned for net zero target

2021-02-18T00:00:00+00:00By Julie Hirigoyen

If ever the stars were aligned it would have to be this calendar year around #netzerocarbon.

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White paper for a green future

2021-02-18T00:00:00+00:00By Anita Rivera

Following a gestation period of 13 years, on 14 December 2020 the government finally published the ‘Energy White Paper: Powering our Net Zero Future’. It seeks to achieve the Climate Change Act 2008 requirement of an 80% cut in carbon emissions by 2050 (set against the level of net UK ...

Climate features

  • Putting a value on social value

  • Time to act on climate

  • Covid-19 vs Cop26

  • Developers prepare for new targets in Environment Bill

  • The time for the built environment sector to act on sustainability is now

Climate apocalypse city

Do or die time for climate


I thought there was only supposed to be one Blue Monday a year. The 15th of February certainly gave the third Monday in January a run for its money.

  • ESG values begin in the boardroom

  • UKGBC drives the climate agenda

  • Cities are key to a green recovery

  • Working towards net-zero-carbon

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