Bogota city skyline

WorldGBC hails Latin America’s green policy progress


Karl Tomusk

Work by Green Building Councils in Latin America have led to the introduction of four significant building efficiency policies and the development of 10 others across the region since 2019, the World Green Building Council has said in a new report.

Pebble Sidewalk Labs

Could a simple parking sensor improve our cities?


Karl Tomusk

Sidewalk Labs, Alphabet’s innovation business, has created a low-cost, real-time sensor to manage and understand how parking spaces are used in an effort to kickstart better placemaking.

Laura Ludlow Mills & Reeve

Higher education estate – evolution or revolution?

Estates teams in the HE sector face a raft of challenges, writes Laura Ludlow, including reduced income from overseas students, third term rent refunds and the likely reduction of public sector spending in the near future.

Robbie Turner Mills & Reeve

COMMENT | What will a driverless futuRE look like?

The first driverless vehicles are due to hit our streets later in this decade, writes Robbie Turner. As well as having an effect on how we live, work and travel, the rollout could have a profound effect on how our towns, cities and built environment are developed.