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Safe as well as warm

Rex Taylor of Kidde Safety Europe offers a reminder of the legal requirements for carbon monoxide alarms when installing fireplaces and heating appliances. Carbon monoxide (CO) is odourless and colourless, but deadly. It can be produced by any fuel burning... View Article

Industry leaders join CIOB and Stronger Together to tackle modern slavery in the construction sector

Today is Anti-Slavery Day in the UK, and the Chartered Institute of Building and Stronger Together are pleased to announce that industry leaders including Saint-Gobain, Westfield and Willmott Dixon will be joining them in spearheading a pioneering collaborative initiative to tackle modern slavery in the construction sector . Recent figures released... View Article

Attending to the details

The refurbishment of a luxury five bedroom house in Fulham, London, shows how SME builders can set their properties apart from the herd. Jack Wooler reports. Comprising 1,300 ft², the once-modest property at 25 Furness Road, Fulham has been refurbished... View Article

World’s largest CLT building completed

Dalston Works, the world’s largest cross-laminated timber (CLT) building has been completed. Designed by engineering consultancy Ramboll and Waugh Thistleton Architects on behalf of developer Regal London, the mixed-use development showcases how the innovative use of sustainable materials like CLT... View Article

BrickVest comment on inflation five year high

Commenting on how UK CPI inflation has hit a five year high, Emmanuel Lumineau, CEO at BrickVest, said: “The UK’s relative economic strength post Brexit has now waned as consumers begin to feel the impact of rising inflation. Higher interest rates... View Article
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