Inspiring, informing and connecting people across the built environment with the solutions to build better communities.
Ecobuild is the UK's largest and number one event for specifiers across the built environment. No other UK event attracts 33,319 high calibre, senior level decision makers and influencers from architects and developers to local government and major infrastructure clients.
This year the event theme is Regeneration and we're regenerating Ecobuild too! Ecobuild 2017 will be transformed into an immersive city - complete with main street, distinct destinations and special feature attractions. Central to the experience will be Regeneration Drive, a boulevard running through the middle of Ecobuild, linking different aspects of the exhibition and enabling you to experience the very best examples of innovation and creativity from across the built environment.
Regeneration is the focus for 2017. Covering all topics including sustainable communities and healthy places, efficiency and performance to enabling growth and tackling the UK housing crisis.
Central to the new experience will be Regeneration Drive, a boulevard running through the middle linking different aspects of the exhibition and enabling you to experience the very best in innovation and creativity.
We’ve launched our Redefining Sustainability campaign, to reflect changes in legislation and new thinking on health, wellbeing and changing occupier needs in design. Get involved on social with #SustainabilityIs
The New Normal
In a survey to over 2,000 industry figures, we found that sustainability is still at the top of the industry’s agenda, despite the shift in Government priorities. Find out what our panel of experts said sustainability means to them at a roundtable hosted by Ecobuild.
Architectural collective Assemble will be bringing their Turner Prize winning Granby Workshop to The Campus at Ecobuild 2017! The Campus will be the destination for the latest design innovations.
Call for Research
In partnership with the ARCC network, Ecobuild has launched an industry-wide call for research that highlights the latest UK built environment innovations. Initiatives from both academic and commercial R&D teams will be showcased in 2017.