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Fast Track to success

When conserving time and money is of upmost priority, don’t compromise on quality. Choose Premdor’s SoundSecure FastTrack range for internal apartment entrance doorsets. Available in four standard sizes and four of the most popular designs, Premdor’s FD30S internal apartment entrance... View Article

Eight reasons io invest in your brand

Your brand is your company’s most valuable asset, so if it’s dated, boring or poorly positioned, this could affect your bottom line. Investing in a strong, compelling and well-positioned brand will generate significant benefits for your business and reduce costs... View Article

How to create a “smart” bathroom

Smart technology should be considered in any new bathroom design, particularly as more and more home owners and designers are now looking to use the space as a personal haven to unwind and relax. Many smart products are now available... View Article

Roman’s brilliant KBB

Market leading International shower designer and manufacturer, Roman, has reported that this year’s kbb Birmingham Exhibition was a great success. Kbb was Roman’s shop window for the retail sector and their platform to energise and engage their retailers with the... View Article

Make mine an EcoCrib

TensarTech® EcoCrib enabled the use of mining waste in a reinforced soil wall to maximise space for the Poppy Grange housing development in Yorkshire. Client’s challenge Taylor Wimpey needed to build a 220m long, up to 6.6m high reinforced soil... View Article

Skillcrown complete development on historic New Cross site

On the site of George England’s Hatcham Iron Works, the old workshop of one of the most important historic locomotive manufacturers, sits a new development – 37 contemporary apartments completed by Skillcrown, South East London’s leading property developers. The project,... View Article

Enforcement shouldn’t be forgotten in Hackitt Review

LABC’s Director of Technical Policy, Barry Turner, has welcomed the constructive discussions held during last week’s Regulation and Guidance Working Group of the Hackitt Review and called for stronger government action on regulatory enforcement. Barry and LABC have been highlighting problems... View Article

The housing industry reacts to the NPPF changes

Industry bodies have reacted to Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposed changes to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), which is out for consultation until 10 May. The revised document urges developers to build houses more quickly, with measures to penalise... View Article
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