Cranes and Building Work in London

Is a construction spending leap about to happen in the UK?

After the Conservative victory in the general election in December, the construction sector is currently looking ahead to a potential boom from 2020 onward. Expectations are high after the many promises that were made in the run up to the election, as well as the...

UK Carbon Emissions

Can the UK meet carbon requirements by 2050?

Climate change has been high on the agenda in 2019 – and it’s not an issue that is likely to go away any time soon. From climate emergencies being declared all over the world to the actions by Extinction Rebellion in the autumn, it’s certainly...

Low cost Housing

Overcoming the challenges of low-cost housing demand in the UK

There is currently a huge need for affordable housing in the UK. A changing housing market that is underpinned by a growing renting generation, the government’s ambitious affordable housing targets and local council housebuilding initiative all have an impact here. However, while there is clearly...

Green Apple Environmental Award for Brunel House project

RG has won a SILVER award for our Brunel House, Bristol project. This conversion of a former council office suite into 246-room student accommodation not only returns this splendid building to its former glory; it also adds value to the local ecosystem. Soft landscaping around the...

Londom 2012 Banners

London 2012 in numbers

The Olympic Games happen every four years and represent one of the biggest moments in sport. They are especially important for whatever country – and city – is hosting them and can leave a long legacy behind. Sometimes that legacy is positive and sometimes it...