Why SBEM and SAP penalise CHP

Carbon emissions methodologies should use the marginal carbon-emission factor, says ADE’s Hanaé Chauvaud de Rochefort

The Grenfell Tower tragedy: key issues for prosecutors

In assessing liability of parties who refurbished Grenfell Tower, prosecutors will look at who had a ‘duty to warn’ about potentially combustible cladding. Keystone Law’s David Beckenham and Jason Kallis explain

Keeping it green after Brexit

The Repeal Bill and negotiations over the UK’s exit from the EU raise questions about the country’s environmental measures, says Hywel Davies

Performance boost

A new toolkit aims to reduce the performance gap by sharing forensic analysis of a live housebuilding site, says Bioregional’s Douglas Drewniak

Risky business

Under the 2008 Climate Change Act, the government must publish an environmental risk assessment every five years. Hywel Davies reports

Model answer

Recent press criticism of modelling has been unfair, say Susie Diamond and Dr Claire Das Bhaumik, but they suggest there is room for improvement

All in it together

Despite survey results to the contrary, Melanie Robinson says that the industry uptake of BIM may be lower than everyone thinks