The Government's trend of putting embargo on building industry for less carbon emission is certainly a threat for it and for the people of the country as there will be created serious problems in the housing industry of the country.
Britain is now a more diverse society - ethnically and culturally - than ever before. Over the centuries, and more particularly over recent decades, the contributions of those who have come to live here have enriched our country (Community, opportunity, prosperity Annual Report 2007).
Now Britain has been planning to promote social justice among people living in it of whichever minority group or faith they belong to. A statistic of 2001 suggests that around one in twelve people were from minority ethnic communities and more than three million people were from minority faith groups. This diversity of multicultural environment has facilitated in bringing real economic and social benefits in Britain.
Immigration and continued open relationships with countries around the world have resulted in economic dynamism with more jobs and access to crucial skills, and new ideas, better public services and a richer cultural life. Within this context of increasing diversity, Communities and Local Government is committed to forging cohesive, self-confident and prosperous communities that are at ease with themselves (Community, opportunity, prosperity Annual Report 2007 ).
Doubtlessly, this has been possible due to the immense contribution of ethnic people living in Britain and contributing in community development. The country has also achieved a landmark success in effectively challenging social exclusion with homelessness acceptances which has been reduced at the lowest level since 1980s. Most importantly, the achievement of promotion of social justice through coordinated cross government action with less crime and better employment opportunities and educational outcomes is most aspiring, indeed.
CO2 Emission and the Prospect of Building Project management
The issue of climate change and its potential implications are areas of great concern to the public, industry and policy makers alike. As a result some leading industrialized nations have signed up to the Kyoto Protocol and made a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions(Climate & carbon dioxide reduction). Due to the immense necessity of the people and of the society the scale of house building increases. In pursuance of this UK has passed a climate change bill in 26 November, 2008 to reduce carbon emissions. To meet the criteria of a sound and healthy environment the decision of the government has made the future of building industry a nightmare.
Project management is a carefully planned and organized effort to accomplish a specific (and usually) one-time objective, for example, construct a building or implement a major new computer system(Project Management 2009). Project management includes a series of efforts to accomplish like developing a project plan for giving the ideas and confirming the project goals and objectives, identifying tasks and how goals will be achieved, quantifying the resources needed, and determining budgets and timelines for completion. In fact, it is a temporary