Ecobuild has revealed its plans for the 2018 show to be held 6-8 March at ExCel London, after its acquisition by Futurebuild.
Last week, Ecobuild 2017 saw over 20,000 forward-thinking industry professionals explore the latest innovations from more than 450 leading exhibitors.
On the final day of Ecobuild 2017 (9th March), Brexit was high on the agenda with Lord Foster of Bath discussing what it means for the construction industry
Current economic conditions are presenting many issues for businesses trying to deliver high quality, sustainable buildings on time and in budget.
Affordable housing took centre stage at The Arena on day two of Ecobuild, as Ben Derbyshire, RIBA president-Elect, called for a building programme in the outer suburbs of London.
Judges chose two winners in this year’s Ecobuild & M&S Big Innovation Pitch from a shortlist of five finalists.
Sustainable housing topped the agenda for Ecobuild day one, with callings for Government to avoid clogging up the planning system and slash more red tape.
The Green Infrastructure Design Challenge, being launched at Ecobuild on 7 March, is being driven by productivity, wellbeing and climatic resilience.
An impressive array of international organisations are expected at Ecobuild 2017, including a number of embassies, trade bodies and companies.
The latest discoveries in future building materials and processes to life with a Future Materials feature are coming to Ecobuild 2017.