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    1997 - Prescott pumps the water sector: what progress have we made?

    Looking at how the water industry has changed since 1997: structure, executive pay, leakage and customer service.

    Policy Connect will be investigating the future of water and housing policy in the UK, in a new in depth research inquiry.  Contact WSBF Manager Jim Clark to register your interest.

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    Water and housing - where next?

    On 19th April 2017, WSBF held a roundtable event in Parliament to discuss the future of water and hosuing policy in the UK.

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    Are we Warmer and Greener yet?

    One year on from the WSBF's Warmer & Greener report, we examine recommended changes to the ECO scheme.

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    Adaptable 'lego block' buildings needed for resilient future cities

    New buildings must be adaptable to respond to climate change

     

    Ant Wilson MBE of AECOM attended WSBF's Built to Last event in Parliament, and said that new construction projects must be built in movable blocks and units, so that the building can be adapted or deconstructed with ease based on future requirements. 

    This 'lego blocks' design would make buildings much more adaptable to the changing climate. Mr Wilson maintained that there was significant room for improvement in the construction industry in understanding how to build adequately cool buildings and prevent overheating.

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    Report follow-up conference

    Warmer & Greener: A guide to the future of domestic energy efficiency

     

    The Westminster Sustainable Business Forum (WSBF) will be organising a one-year-on follow-up conference to review the report’s recommendations and progress made in the policy area since its publication. Due to the snap General Election, this event has been postponded. We will be in touch with speakers after the election.

     

    To find out more about the follow-up conference, please click here.

    To download the 'Warmer & Greener' report, please click here.

     

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