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FootprintWire 5.7.12

Today’s green news: Construction of ‘world’s largest solar bridge’ at Blackfriars reaches halfway point

Procurement begins on £197 million programme for a Bus Rapid Transit Network connecting commuter areas in the Bristol area, from TravelWest.

MPs warn wildlife is being threatened by draining of rivers by water companies to supply homes and businesses, in The Telegraph.

Eco-homes development Lancaster Cohousing wins Green Building Project of the Year, at the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2012.

And finally…Network Rail’s solar roof over Blackfriars bridge in London is halfway to completion, at 6,000 square metres it will be the ‘world’s largest solar bridge’.


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