Bruntwood has become the first commercial developer in the UK to sign up to the Green Building Council’s Net Zero Carbon Commitment, which launched at the Global Climate Action Summit last month.
The structure uses raw earth, straw and rice husk as construction materials, and cost a modest €900 to create.
Ford has been trialling Intersection Priority Management technology in Milton Keynes, which could make waiting at red lights or navigating busy junctions a thing of the past.
CoStar intends to use the platform to expand its property website portfolio into the UK market with its acquisition of the free-to-list search engine for commercial property.
The detached home in Dublin was sold via the Clicktopurchase platform and obtained almost £100,000 more than its guide price.