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Managing Environmental and Property risk using the opportunities of Data and Technology
Managing Environmental and Property risk using the opportunities of Data and Technology

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Calling all innovators!! 
New #grants of up to £15,000 are available for projects that promote car-free travel in the New Forest National Park: 
http://www.newforestnpa.gov.uk/news/article/695/community_grants_available_to_promote_car-free_travel
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Some light reading
#‎Emissions‬ released outside the EU due to EU domestic final demand rose from 13% in 1995 to 24% in 1998. Imports of clothing accounted for 87% of expenditure on clothing, while that on electronic and electical products accounted for 74% of expenditure on such products in 2012. ‪#‎SOER‬
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In recent years, we have seen a rise in planning applications for subterranean developments, where architects (who are literally thinking ‘outside the box’) create plans for huge underground extensions of single, double or even triple storey basements in order to add significant square meterage to their clients’ homes.
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Looks fantastic!
We blogged about the fab #3D   #map  of London, which uses our data, on display at MIPIM back in March. Now, the New London Architecture (NLA) team’s huge model map is on display at the Building Centre. 
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Architects' Journal​ reports on recent findings that London construction costs are higher than anywhere else in the world: http://bit.ly/1FLNdo7

Does the news surprise you? And can you guess the costliest country overall without checking the article? 
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Quay West
The building "Quay West" at Manchester's Salford Quays, taken from the end of the bridge though my 7.5mm fish-eye lens on the OM-D E-M5


+Olympus #olympus #manchester #architechure +UK Photography Community +HQSP Architecture +ARCHITECTURE YESTERDAY - TOMORROW #fishie #samyang  
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