Professor Harith Alani, director of the Knowledge Management Institute at the Open University explains how AI can be used for good and bad.

Alex Lawrence, head of health & social care, techUK sets out techUK’s Five Point Plan for CareTech.

Richard Broad, projects & communications manager, Good Homes Alliance explains how the construction industry can contribute to net zero.

James Berry from the Property Care Association (PCA) looks at causes of damp and mould, as well as explaining why tenant lifestyle should not automatically take the blame.

The Business Sprinkler Alliance (BSA) explain some of the key benefits of sprinkler and why maintenance is a must.

Fly tipping, the illegal dumping of waste, can present serious environmental, health, and aesthetic challenges for local authorities and communities. Government Business takes a look at strategies local authorities can implement to prevent fly tipping.

Storage solutions are a critical aspect of waste management and are integral to collection, sorting, recycling and disposal.

Rick Green, chair of the Asphalt Industry Alliance, investigates how best to use government funding for road improvements.

Michael Duncan, senior associate in the Built Environment sector at independent UK law firm Burges Salmon investigates High Street Rental Auctions in the context of the Levelling Up and Regeneration Act.

Cllr Martin Hill OBE, leader of Lincolnshire County Council has been a councillor since 1993. Here, he looks back over the last three decades.

Having served as a councillor at Reading Borough Council uninterrupted since 1973, Councillor Tony Page was elected Mayor of Reading in May 2023 and will now serve as Mayor for a period of 12 months until May 2024. He recounts some of the big moments from the last 50 years.

John Marsh was first elected to Rushmoor Borough council in 1976, serving as Leader of the Council from 2000 to 2004 and as Mayor of Rushmoor on three separate occasions. Here, he looks back at his time with the council.

Craig Evans, chief operating officer of UKATA, presents a comprehensive guide on the removal, surveying, and consultation processes essential for asbestos management. 

With its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, vibrant culture, and world-class facilities, Scotland has everything you need to ensure your event is memorable and successful.

Robyn Quick investigates how funding from the cancelled part of HS2 is being reallocated to road maintenance across the country.

The Property Care Association have a look at some of the invasive species we should be aware of, besides Japanese knotweed.

The British Association of Removers looks at how local authorities can procure removal services.

Olivia Smalley, head of policy and communications at the Heat Pump Association, reflects on the pivotal role that local government and officials will play in the transition to low-carbon heating such as heat pumps.


Event Diary

UKREiiF has quickly become a must-attend in the industry calendar for Government departments and local authorities.

The multi-award-winning UK Construction Week (UKCW), is the UK’s biggest trade event for the built environment that connects the whole supply chain to be the catalyst for growth and positive change in the industry.

The organisers of the world’s largest dedicated hydrogen event, World Hydrogen 2024 Summit & Exhibition have announced it’s return to Rotterdam in May 2024, with an expansion of a whole extra summit day. Sustainable Energy Council (SEC) are partnering with the Government of the Netherlands, the Province of Zuid-Holland, the City of Rotterdam, and the Port of Rotterdam to host an extended, larger scale Summit in 2024, to expand the event to meet the surging demand.