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Next week, young climate advocates from across the world will take part in the Youth4Climate: Driving Ambition event in Milan, Italy (28-30 September).
Like numerous retailers over the last few years, Poundstretcher divided its property estate into three categories, A, B and C, by way of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) launched in July 2020.
Construction is a major contributor to carbon emissions – buildings consume 36% of energy produced globally and are responsible for 39% of carbon emissions.
Conservation laws in Ireland have long adopted a one-size-fits-all approach, in that a building is either a protected structure – or it is not.
Regal London planning director Steve Harrington tells Property Week about its Wembley and Orchard Wharf schemes and the challenges of delivering large-scale beds-and-sheds developments in the capital.
As occupiers compete for space in UK cities, investors are looking beyond traditional hotspots such as London to the regions.
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