After two years of waiting, Brighton & Hove City Council have just published their Circular Economy Route Map & Action Plan for the built environment. Together with colleagues within and outside our University, Duncan Baker Brown helped raise awareness of this concept within the city council by hosting 8 accelerator workshops in 2018 to over 140 Brighton and Hove Council Officers across many departments. This paved the way to develop a Circular Economy Route map. The Route map and Action Plan are now on the council’s website, and the Circular Economy Engagement site is now live see here CE engagement site
The timing of the publication is great as many people are descending on Brighton this week for Footprint+ which runs from the 7th – 9th June.
For more details about Footprint+Brighton 2022 see here https://www.footprintplus.com
In the meantime you can read the Waste House case study here:https://climateconversationsbrighton.uk.engagementhq.com/the-circular-economy-in-brighton-hove/brainstormers/construction-case-studies