Cornish design company Green&Blue is preparing to return to Futurebuild this March, from the 3rd to the 5th at ExCel, London.
Futurebuild is an annual industry event that brings together opinion-shapers, decision-makers and product innovators to explore the latest thinking and to debate the biggest issues facing the built environment, now and in the future.
With planning regulations increasingly demanding provision for wildlife and an increased focus on biodiversity, Green&Blue are well placed to work with developers and architects on creating habitat within their builds. The Green&Blue range is UK made with secure supply chains, UK standard brick and block sizes and uses 75% recycled materials.
"With innovation at the heart of Futurebuild, we're delighted to be returning with our range of integrated products for wildlife," said Gavin Christman, co-founder of Green&Blue. "We see the show as a perfect platform to raise awareness of simple ways to increase biodiversity within new developments via our fit and forget construction products."
Green&Blue can be found within the Urban Infrastructure area on stand F145. The team will be launching two new products at the show, designed for swifts and for sparrows, alongside their existing range of commercial products for bats, swifts and bees, with landscaping products for wildlife also on show.
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