Business is Booming!
The Food Van Vendor Boom You’d be wrong if you thought that the Covid pandemic was the only reason for the growing popularity of food van vendors in the UK. These types of outlets have been a staple of British culture for years, decades indeed!
The online shopping boom - can electric vehicles keep up?
The online shopping community (i.e. the general public) want two things - faster delivery times, and a greater commitment by businesses to the environment. However, balancing these two isn't easy for the courier industry, with more parcels and packages heading out onto the roads than ever before.
Renovating the House of Your Dreams?
In the UK, there are 2,600 monthly Google searches for the term ‘house renovation’ and another 1,900 monthly searches for ‘home renovation’ - proving that plenty of Brits are interested in the concept of improving their property.
The Vegan Celebrity Revolution
It’s not so long ago that being a vegan was a rarity. Today, the plant-based diet is more mainstream than it’s ever been. For example, in the UK the number of vegans quadrupled between 2014 and 2019, and in 2020, one survey found that around 1.1 million people across the nation had adopted the diet. That number is only expected to grow, and by 2025, it is expected that a quarter of the British population will be vegan.
Colour and Well-Being…
The pandemic has proved a difficult time for young people. Recent research from the Education Endowment Foundation has found that lockdown impacted children’s language and speech, setting them back in their learning.
The UK’s Most 'Digitally Active' Location
The message has been pretty clear - it's important to keep as active and healthy as possible during the pandemic to help prevent the effects from COVID.
How interested are UK cities in sustainability?
With its ambitious target to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2050, the UK government has set its stall out when it comes to its sustainability plans. But are these ambitions matched by the UK public (who also have a part to play)?
Five benefits of rural living
Millions of Brits live rurally and, although this lifestyle is more popular amongst older age groups, it’s also something that many younger people aspire to. A recent survey - The Sunday Times’ Best Places to Live in the UK in 2020 - included many rural destinations, including Howardian Hills in North Yorkshire.