The committee recommends that DCLG should retain the CSH. ASBP's evidence on materials published
For more information about The ASBP and sustainable building products and practices, you can download the following resources.
ASBP has responded to this consultation with a call for reduction in embodied impact of construction to be a route for Allowable Solutions, calculated through a Nationally Described Standard.
Please see Tom's slides from our event on the 8th October. We launched his new book which is available to buy with a 20% discount offered by Wiley...please see the code and list of other discounted books below...
In an increasingly resource constrained world it is clear that we need to get more use out of less resource and nowhere is this need more relevant than in the resource intensive construction sector. Getting more from less not only means using construction products and materials more efficiently, but also getting the maximum use and value from available local resources
26th November 10.00-16.30, Glasgow: Future Footprints: Building Products in a Resource Efficient World
We're co-hosting this popular event again, this time with A+DS/Sust and GCU at the Lighthouse, Glasgow; with an excellent range of speakers. Please see the flyer below...