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BRE have launched The Biophilic Office – a ground-breaking office refurbishment project that will provide quantified evidence on the benefits of biophilic design on health, well-being and productivity of office occupants. The project centres on a 650m2 1980s office building on ...

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The construction of the Bermondsey Dive Under, a new railway junction to the east of London Bridge station, has increased biodiversity in the urban area of Bermondsey by 113%, winning the team a coveted CEEQUAL ‘Excellent’ award of 96.6%. The Thameslink ...

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With Government approval secured for the new Trailblazer Apprenticeship standards for arboriculture, forestry, horticulture and landscaping, those employers involved in the initiative are being congratulated on their success. Businesses from across the four sectors have developed a suite of new apprenticeships ...

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Capel Manor College was awarded a silver medal for its exhibit COMPOST ENERGY LIGHT at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Garden, domestic and agricultural waste are valuable commodities and College’s exhibit uses three zones to demonstrate how technology and science are ...

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Charcon, the commercial hard landscaping division of Aggregate Industries, has supported the Institute of Quarrying by donating quality commercial flag paving and kerbs to the largest show garden that featured at the inaugural RHS Chatsworth Flower Show To mark its centenary, ...

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Colourful directional figures made of MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME now point out a safe route to school for children in Billund, Denmark. The figures are part of a wider health initiative in the municipality that hopes to make children more active. As ...

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