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On every project, we’re spurred by the challenge of doing more with less. Every day we explore what it means to make architecture part of the wider environmental system. A pretty big concept when you think about it. The integral nature of our work makes it invisible. So, at its most successful, it simply works. We’re known as progressive and our green credentials attract some clients like bees to honey. That doesn’t mean we only work with people with big budgets and big sustainability goals. We’re always keen to get stuck into solving problems, whatever the scale – we simply find a way to best suit each client’s scope. Then we push ourselves to find solutions that go beyond what’s expected. And we push our clients (nicely) to think creatively about their challenges. We’re a safe pair of hands: you can rely on us to make beautiful, efficient buildings. And we’re shrewd operators. Exactly who you need at your side to navigate the maze of compliance, regulations, permissions, benchmarking, incentives and grants that accompanies any build. Welcome to Atelier Ten.
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The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has launched an ambitious programme of work that will see construction and property businesses work together to lead the transition to a net zero carbon built environment. The news comes just a week after the IPCC report on the dramatic consequences of global warming beyond 1.5ºC made headlines around the world. The report set out the urgent need for all sectors of the global economy to decarbonise at speed and at scale. The UK programme forms part of a global campaign led by the World Green Building Council to create a built environment that is in line with the aims of the Paris Agreement. It will align closely with UKGBC’s advocacy activity with central and local governments and seek to foster international collaboration on achieving net zero carbon. A number of UKGBC’s members are already showing leadership by signing the WorldGBC Net Zero Carbon Commitment, which launched at the Global Climate Action Summit last month. Today, Bruntwood has become the first UK commercial property firm to do so, joining residential developer and founding signatory Berkeley Group. UKGBC’s Advancing Net Zero programme is launching with an industry task group that will develop a definition for net zero carbon buildings in the UK market. It will bring together businesses, policymakers and industry bodies to build consensus on a way forward for new building standards. Further work in 2020 will focus on improving Scope 3 emissions reporting and sharing expertise on net zero carbon from across Europe. Please see the link below for The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) web details : https://www.ukgbc.orgAtelierten All News