We had a fantastic day yesterday at the Sustainable Cities Summit at Central Hall, Westminster. The event marked the official launch of the LivCom Awards and Westminster City Council had lined up a fantastic panel of speakers including Yvette Cooper, Boris Johnson and Wayne Hemingway. After a day of presentations today the fun will [...]Read more
Sat in a cosy coffee shop in Switzerland over the weekend I watched an intriguing news review on a very strange building located in Seville, Southern Spain; it was a huge concrete tower, which appeared to be emitting either intense light or very fine jets of water. As the news was in French I [...]Read more
On Monday evening I was lucky enough to attend the GQ’s launch of Europe’s longest champagne bar at the newly opened redeveloped St. Pancras International Station.
Given the sheer dimensions of the station – being an old warehouse space as well as a train station – it’s unlikely you’ll find another place [...]
After a summer of consultation, tweaks and trials, the new British Standard for sustainable event management launched yesterday at The Brewery in central London. Seventeen were there with a fantastic display of some of our previous events and loads of carrots for everyone who came to visit us. This wasn’t a reflection on the catering, [...]Read more
The construction industry is a key player in producing vast amounts of carbon dioxide; lighting and heating buildings alone generates 50% of Britain’s emissions.Â Â The production of building materials produces a further 10%; this is why I was intrigued to see on Grand Designs an art deco style eco house being constructed from Aircrete blocks.Â [...]Read more