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Roundtable: Plotting the route to net zero carbon

The STA recently hosted a roundtable discussion with Building Magazine, gathering industry experts to discuss the challenges of banishing carbon emissions, from how to deliver green schemes affordably, to what clients want, and the action government needed. 

Delivering quality has always been front and centre for the construction industry. The emphasis on producing buildings that are well constructed, using appropriate materials, and which are fit for purpose, whether they are commercial premises, offices, schools or housing, is at the sector’s core. 

In the current climate, with the issue of occupant safety and the reputation of some parts of the sector coming under the microscope, that emphasis on quality has been heightened. 

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