urban development

Net Zero

Why the UK Needs to ‘Fundamentally Rethink’ Future Cities

Britain’s cities need urgent transformation in the next decade and beyond if the country is to meet its 2050 net zero targets and create cleaner, safer spaces for citizens, according to a major study from E.ON and the UK Green Building Council. The two organisations have collaborated on a new initiative called Streets of the…


Why Net Zero is Calling on British Cities

David Hall, VP Power Systems at Schneider Electric and Kas Mohammed, VP Digital Energy, comment on a finding by a new study from E.ON and the UK Green Building Council that half of all adults in the United Kingdom agree faster movement is needed on climate change in cities. David Hall, VP Power Systems UK…


EMAAR and Dubai Holding Agree Dubai Creek Harbour Equity Swap

Emaar Properties has announced it will acquire Dubai Holding’s stake in its joint-venture Dubai Creek Harbour development with Dubai Holdings in a cash and shares deal that will make Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum’s personal investment portfolio the second largest shareholder in the Emirati developer in a deal worth AED 7.5 billion (USD 2.04 billion).…

Net Zero

S. Property Group in Swedish Smart Community Collaboration

Serendipity’s property company, the Stockholm-based S. Property Group, has confirmed the involvement of smart infrastructure providers Vattenfall and Three Sweden, Samsung Electronics and ABB (via an existing partnership with Samsung) in a new smart urban environment it is developing in Stockholm’s commuter belt. The developer expects implementation of the Brobyholm project which will be located…

Net Zero

Mayoral Summit to Discuss Decarbonisation in the British Isles

SSE Energy Solutions supported by Green TV will host a Mayors’ Leadership Group from 7th to 8th June with participants invited from across the UK and Ireland to discuss the actions needed to decarbonise cities and entire regions.  Following the success of an inaugural summit last November, the two-day event at the Science and Industry…

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