Volo-port Skyports

Flying taxis are coming to a city near you


Karl Tomusk

London’s £7bn Brent Cross regeneration is set to include a take-off and landing ‘vertiport’ for air taxis as its development partners beef up their transport infrastructure ambitions.


7 of the greenest buildings in the world

The US Green Building Council last week marked a significant milestone, surpassing 1bn sq ft of commercial buildings around the world recertified under the LEED green rating system.

Gravity Equipment Front View

New York finds solution to landlords’ EV woes


Karl Tomusk

Finding space for electric vehicle charging has long been a hurdle for the built environment – especially in space-constrained cities. One startup is about to launch a solution to that problem.

Envio Systems Green Buildings

Are new design codes key to net zero?


Karl Tomusk

The Royal Town Planning Institute has launched a research project into how design codes in England could help the country achieve its net zero targets.

Eve Beere Mills & Reeve LLP

Inside the digital campus

As the Higher Education campus strives to reposition itself following the sweeping changes in campus learning driven by the pandemic, what are the technology solutions institutions should consider to make the campus a more desirable and sustainable place to live, work and study? Eve Beere writes.