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 will have a renewed focus on enabling sustainable construction for 2017 and beyond. It will also explore sustainability as a driver to innovation and growth, a catalyst for regeneration and as a way for organisations to do better business. 

Join the industry-wide conversation around the ongoing evolution of sustainability using #SustainabilityIs

Redefining Sustainability

Calling all built environment professionals to redefine sustainability as part of the #SustainabilityIs campaign to explore how the construction sector conducts business in 2016 and beyond.

2017 theme: Regeneration

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.

Immersive Experience

We have an exciting new, re-energised and significant show experience, creating the industry's stage for ideas, discovery and education. Watch this space for exciting announcements...

Ecobuild launches at House of Commons

Ecobuild 2017 formally launched last night at a House of Commons reception attended by over 100 construction industry leaders and chief executives. Regeneration was unveiled as the focus for 2017 at the annual All Party Group for Construction and Urban Development meeting. This theme will be brought to life through an immersive exhibition and conference programme that will tackle redefining sustainability, future growth sectors and the housing crisis.

Redefining Sustainability

Ecobuild and Building hosted a round table discussion, chaired by Julie Hirigoyen, UK-GBC to define a set of common sustainability goals for the future. The roundtable panel included high profile figures from housing organisations, local government, manufacturing and built environment sectors. Read more about the Redefining Sustainability campaign by clicking here.