Planning in a digital world; the importance of carrying on
We examine the role of local authorities during COVID-19, and offer guidance on how to run a robust virtual planning […]Read the full article
Labour Leadership Election: What does Keir Starmer’s victory mean for infrastructure and development?
Account Manager Laura Cunliffe-Hall examines what the election of the new Labour Party leader and Shadow Cabinet will mean for […]Read the full article
Public attitudes to net zero emissions in the UK
Today, Copper released its latest in a series of insights into the public’s attitudes towards the infrastructure and development sectors. […]Read the full article
Can infrastructure projects progress in a virtual world?
We are living through a global crisis, the likes of which hasn’t been seen in living memory, and we’ll probably only […]Read the full article
What has coronavirus taught us about our climate change strategy?
Coronavirus has rapidly risen to the forefront of everyday life as the virus drastically changes how we live our day-to-day […]Read the full article
Managing a remote office: a practical guide
The coronavirus has presented sweeping changes to how we carry out our day-to-day work. Copper’s Vice Chair Linda Taylor offers […]Read the full article
The importance of effective crisis communications
The coronavirus crisis is unique – a pandemic the likes of which none of us have experienced in our lifetimes. […]Read the full article
The Budget – What does it mean?
Amidst the ongoing challenges of an economy marred by Coronavirus and an oil price war, Rishi Sunak unveiled his first […]Read the full article
Will Coronavirus change the way infrastructure talks to the public?
The Government is updating the UK population on daily basis about how to help prevent, delay and contain the spread […]Read the full article