McBains; Blue Light estates & Tri-Light collaboration

Next week the inaugural Blue Light Estates Development Conference is set to bring together those at the forefront of estates, property and facilities management at our Emergency Services – including Police, Ambulance and Fire & Rescue. We’re set to hear about the future vision for our services estates portfolios – with new regeneration and development […]

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Cities and Transport Catapults to join forces

The Future Cities Catapult and Transport Systems Catapult are set to be merged into a new organisation, it has been announced. The move, which is set to allow them to become more focused on issues around modern and smart cities as well as the future of connectivity, infrastructure and mobility, reflects their joint relevance to […]

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Belfast plans major new visitor attraction

Belfast City Council is planning to build a major new visitor attraction to capitalise on the success of the Titanic Quarter, a Built Environment Networking event has heard. Speaking at the Northern Ireland Development Plans Conference Sinead Grimes, Head of Investment Programme Delivery and Projects at Belfast City Council, said that the dockside Titanic-themed attraction […]

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Exciting new chapter for Yorkshire firm

Leeds-based construction and property events company Built Environment Networking has moved to a new office in the city to support an ongoing growth strategy. Built Environment Networking, which has recently recruited 10 new members of staff, has relocated to larger premises at Thorpe Park in Leeds, allowing the company to double the size of its […]

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Belfast’s largest development site approved

A major regeneration is set to happen within Belfast – with the City Council approving plans for the £140m Giant’s Park & North Foreshore project. The project, which will see the site become a major hub and attraction point for visitors to the city by 2026, is set to boost the regional economy with the […]

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Smart Cities; how is energy crucial to the development of smart cities?

Built Environment Networking are the UK’s leading provider of networking events within the construction and property industry – bringing together public and private sector leaders to connect and collaborate with a view of driving regeneration, development and economic growth.  Leading energy firm E.ON are our National Smart Cities Energy Partner which sees them attend our […]

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Queen’s University Belfast proposed campus expansion

Northern Ireland’s higher education institution Queen’s University is set to expand their Institute of Electronics, Communications and IT campus situated at Catalyst Inc, formerly known as the Northern Ireland Science Park. The proposed plans outline a significant extension to the front of the building – which would be four-storeys high. Queen’s University, who’re set to […]

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HS2 Economic Growth Conference: Unlocking huge development, regeneration and economic growth opportunities

On the 7th November, prominent business and public-sector leaders will come together in Birmingham for the HS2 Economic Growth Conference supported by HS2 Ltd – the largest business conference of the year focused on driving and unlocking the huge economic growth opportunities which HS2 will bring to the UK. The conference, hosted by Built Environment […]

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Collaboration crucial for the delivery of HS2 economic growth

At a time when local government is facing unprecedented pressure on its finances, and a growing and ageing population is putting the UK’s existing infrastructure under increasing strain; public-private partnerships are ever more crucial in delivering on the Government’s agenda for homes, jobs and economic growth. Whilst we look to the private sector to shoulder […]

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