Traditionally, visual pollution refers to the idea of visual clutter, or the overcrowding of an area. Considered an aesthetic issue, it includes billboards and advertising, open storage of rubbish, overhead electric wires, graffiti, buildings and cars. Visual pollution is often the result of poor planning, whether that’s buildings, street furniture or public transport.
Conversations on environmental sustainability and the human impact on our global climate have become more and more urgent in recent years. With prominent figures promoting the need for environmental change, such as Greta Thunberg, who recently won Time Magazine's person of the year, the time to act and reduce our carbon footprint is now.
We have achieved the prestigious Investors in Young People Gold accreditation – an achievement that represents a true commitment to the recruitment, development and retention of Scotland’s young people.
Developed in 2014 as a result of the Wood Commission recommendations, Investors in Young People is a unique framework that helps organisations in Scotland recruit, develop and retain young people, supporting youth employment.
As part of the Transforming Construction Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, the original SEISMIC I consortium has broadened its member base into what is now the SEISMIC II consortium with the ability to deliver yet greater innovation.
We are proud to announce that Elliott have been selected as one of the five contractors on Lot 1 of the Department for Education (DfE) Offsite Framework (Incorporating modular and Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) delivery).
Our standard 8-bay modular accommodation can be on your site and installed in as few as 7 working days* after your order with a 12-month minimum hire duration.These buildings are fully furnished, with enough office space for 8 of your staff and welfare facilities suitable 32 people. This kind of ready-made solution doesn't come around very often.
“We now know that developers and architects can be more effective in achieving public health goals than doctors in white coats.” Dr. Richard Jackson, University of California Los Angeles School of Public Health