The Stirling Prize jury will be advised by a sustainability consultant for the first time. Simon Sturgis, Managing Director of Sturgis Carbon Profiling, will accompany the judges as they tour the six buildings on the shortlist later this month.
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Simon Sturgis, Managing Director of SCP and non-voting sustainability advisor of the Stirling Prize 2017 gives his view on how truly environmentally friendly this year’s shortlist are. You can read the text here by following the link to Architectsjournal.co.uk
Nicholas Hare Architects are again hosting an evening of presentations and debate during the 2017 World Green Building Week, the flagship event of the global green building movement – organised by the World Green Building Council and led by its network of 74 Green Building Councils and their 27,000 member companies. The subject is How […]
From April 2018, all rented domestic and commercial properties in England and Wales must have a minimum energy efficiency rating of E. This new legal standard (MEES) was introduced by the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) Regulations 2015 and originates from the Energy Act 2011. What does this mean? It will be unlawful to […]