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AECB (The Sustainable Building Association)
Llandysul, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Promotes and encourages sustainable building. Offers advice on all aspects of environmentally conscious construction. Members receive Green Building Magazine. More information on sustainable building...
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Architectural Heritage Fund
London, United Kingdom
Gives grants and low interest loans to building preservation trusts and other charities to regenerate historic buildings...
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Build a Dream Self Build Association
Bath, Somerset, England
A self help group for self builders; informs and assists custom builders and the custom build industry. Expert advice and networking contacts always available...
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Building Futures
Westminster, London, England
Building Futures was established to create space for discussion about the needs of society from the built environment and, consequently, the built environment professions in 20 years and beyond...
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Empty Homes Agency
London, United Kingdom
Launched in 1992, the agency is dedicated to tackling the problem of the 762,000 empty homes in England...
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International Hemp Building Association
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Our aim is to promote and support the sustainable development of hemp building systems and materials...
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UK Green Building Council
Camden, London, England
The UK Green Building Council is an industry led, independent, not for profit, membership based organisation to which the Founding Members have made a substantial, long term, commitment. The Council's mission is to dramatically improve the sustainability of the built environment...
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Wood for Good
Wood for good is the UK's wood promotion campaign. The Wood for Good campaign works on behalf of the whole timber industry in the UK. It aims to promote the suitability and sustainability of wood as a building material...
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