Transporting the public to a more sustainable future: the challenge and opportunity
Copper’s latest study has found that there is a perception problem when it comes to public attitudes to urban transport. […]Read the full article
Is Birmingham booming for everybody?
Birmingham is undergoing a period of sustained growth, with projects such as the Commonwealth Games making this an exciting time […]Read the full article
Does the industry need to consult on consultation?
With developments increasingly needing to attract advocacy as much as reduce objection, Copper Consultancy’s Fiona Woolston and Ben Heatley joined […]Read the full article
Tackling climate change and social division with sustainable infrastructure
Copper’s Alessia Rosi discusses how investment in sustainable infrastructure is the way forward for both our climate and our communities. […]Read the full article
EU Elections 2019: What do they mean for the infrastructure sector?
Following on from our previous analysis of how Brexit is affecting infrastructure and development, our Account Manager Laura Cunliffe-Hall explores […]Read the full article
What does rail infrastructure mean to British people?
As the UK aims to develop transport networks across the country, there are few sectors that have a larger impact […]Read the full article
Copper and Burges Salmon welcome industry interest in how public attitudes and needs can inform housing planning decisions
On 2 April 2019, Copper Consultancy and Burges Salmon LLP hosted an event to explore public attitudes to housing. It […]Read the full article
Why we need to work harder to tell the story of the water industry
Our Account Executive Laura Cunliffe-Hall explores the current status of the water industry and how improved communication might be able […]Read the full article
No matter the Brexit outcome, infrastructure needs certainty to progress
Copper Consultancy Director Ben Heatley discusses the effect of Brexit on infrastructure and development. We’re in a critical period for […]Read the full article