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Who will you meet at Eco Connect South East?

Time is ticking down to the the third event in the series: Eco Connect South East! Designed to bring together the marketplace for high quality design and construction in the region, Eco Connect South East will take place at the King’s Centre, Oxford on Wednesday 22nd November 2017. There’s a high quality conference, curated exhibition and…

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Networking Activities at Eco Connect South East

The Eco Connect series of events are designed to create provide opportunities for construction professionals to network with potential business contacts and gain work that will help grow the sector for sustainable and quality construction. Our regional events consist of a conference with inspirational speakers, an exhibition full of interesting and innovative building products or…

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Eco Connect Wales Event Case Study

Our first Eco Connect Roadshow took place in Swansea on Thursday 29th June 2017. The event was a great success, with very positive feedback from all those who attended. The Roadshow was a small event, with just 10 exhibitors and 50 delegates, but feedback forms show that a brilliant day was had by all, with…

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Eco Connect Wales Delegate List

You can view the full delegate list for Eco Connect Wales below. If you want to download the list as a PDF, simply click on the lists themselves.    To see the full profiles of each delegate who is attending Eco Connect Wales, simply click below. View Eco Connect Wales Delegate Profile List HERE

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Video Interview with Poppy Potter, Carbon Trust Wales

Eco Connect Wales is just three weeks away, so things are getting very exciting! Speakers  from all over Wales and England will be coming to the event to discuss how we raise the quantity of quality homes across Wales. There are lots of organisation in Wales who are passionate about furthering this agenda, and helping…

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Fixing the housing market by delivering better homes for customers and the planet

David Pierpoint Managing Director and Owner, Osmosis   In February, the government’s Housing White Paper described the housing market as ‘broken’. Mainstream housebuilding has fallen far short on delivering the 200,000 homes a year needed to reach the government target of one million new homes by 2020. Addressing the UK’s housing crisis, the White Paper…

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