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Five things architects can do tomorrow to limit climate change

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And don’t beat ourselves up?! Talk to clients about how they could save money, and use the incentives that have been made available by Green Bonds. £1Trillion/annum for 10 years! But paid out by LAs, so don’t hold your breath?! PTE are doing good work in Cambridge, showing how Passivhouse can work? They could do it in Brentford too, as they have the opportunity now to reuse the Police Station Tower, passively. Talk to me Tom? But it must be attractive to the end user/buyer. As we said in the 70s, Long Life, Loose Fit, Low Technology. But perhaps Higher Tech this time? There is a vast market out there for retrofit, but it might be a bit boring for spaffing architects? Might be better done by such as Anglian or Everest? Time for everyone, girls and boys, to get over Brexit and sort this out. We, Britain, should be the world leaders, as we have been so many times before!

Posted date

15 March, 2019

Posted time

10:32 am

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