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The Union Connectivity Review: levelling up through transport corridors

In the Union Connectivity Review, Independent Chair Sir Peter Hendy concluded that the Government’s policies to build back better and […]

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In conversation with… Diana Deans

During Black History Month we made a promise to celebrate our black peers and colleagues from across the built environment, […]

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Thank you for travelling by train to COP26

Copper’s Managing Partner, Martin McCrink reflects on COP and one of the messages delivered to people in Glasgow: thank you […]

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Driving stakeholder success

Following Highways UK last week, strategy director Pippa Gibbs Joubert shares lessons on successful engagement for major infrastructure projects. Another […]

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The future of Birmingham never looked brighter

Birmingham is in the midst of a renaissance. Once the workshop of the world, the city experienced a period of […]

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COPtimism: reflections on week one in Glasgow

Copper’s energy director, Sam Cranston has been at COP26 this week and has shared his reflections on the first few […]

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In conversation with Nyasha Gazi

Black History Month shines an important spotlight on black representation within the workplace and this month we have seen some […]

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News

Copper at Highways UK

Copper will be at Highways UK next week (3rd and 4th November) in Birmingham – the event of the year […]

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Copper appointed by Ecotricity to support the delivery of a new solar park

Copper has been appointed by Ecotricity to deliver consultation and engagement activity for a new DCO solar park in Lincolnshire. […]

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