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Our brown and pleasant land

Will Allen of ACO explains why, given the in-depth specification needs that are associated with brownfield remediation, sound awareness of the surface water management criteria that must be met is essential to an effective and successful planning application. Green belt... View Article
lg launches new embedded wi-fi wall mounted air con units

LG launches new embedded wi-fi wall mounted air con units

LG has launched a new range of wall mounted air conditioning units with a plethora of new features including embedded wi-fi, and compatibility with its multi-split range. In addition, the 10-year compressor warranty that already applies to its single split... View Article

Russell Beardsworth joins Vortice as MVHR project manager

Russell Beardsworth has joined Burton upon Trent’s ventilation system business Vortice, as MVHR Project Manager.  Russell has worked in the construction industry for 12 years, the last three of which have been in the ventilation industry.  Alongside his family commitments,... View Article

It’s time to enter the uk roofing awards 2018

The 2018 UK Roofing Awards are now open for entries, with 14 categories to choose from. Now in their 12th year, these awards recognise the most outstanding roofing projects in the UK as well as individuals who have demonstrated excellence... View Article

And it’s goodnight from him…

There have been some incredible partnerships in the world that are synonymous with success and longevity. Ferguson and United, Lennon and McCartney, Keegan and Toshack. But as with every good thing, there has to be an end, the passing on... View Article

Helifix launches new enhanced website

Masonry repair specialist, Helifix, has launched its new website at www.helifix.co.uk, offering enhanced navigation, functionality and content. The site contains over 100 Repair Details that cover most common masonry faults, such as crack stitching, reconnecting separated walls and creating load... View Article

Dry fixing – Klober posts a warning for the RCI show

With housing associations in particular investing in the long-term thermal efficiency of properties, Klober dry fixing products offer effectively maintenance-free ridges, hips and verges. Universally compatible with any tile or slate manufacturer’s products and extensively tested and improved over many... View Article

The Great British Build-Off: Mitigating supply pressures

Lisa Richardson, glass mineral wool product manager at Knauf Insulation, discusses how the housebuilding industry can reduce the impact of product shortages in a time of political uncertainty. The construction industry is no stranger to product shortages. They’ve hamstrung the... View Article

Consort converts hospitality budget into charitable change

Consort Ltd is making a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged people in and around its home town of Nottingham by reassigning money previously budgeted for corporate hospitality. The fabricator, which has long manufactured PVC-U window systems from the... View Article

By the seaside with Kingspan Kooltherm

The premium performance of the Kingspan Kooltherm K108 Cavity Wall Board has led to its specification on a new residential development in Hendy, North West Swansea, helping the project to meet its thermal performance requirements with a slim construction build... View Article

Hanover building unveiled by Remmers

The Grade II Listed building located in Manchester City Centre is being refurbished by Quadriga Contracts Ltd as part of the NOMA regeneration scheme to provide Grade A office space, retail and leisure facilities. Constructed in 1905; the interior walls... View Article

The Right to Build

Brian Berry explains how SME housebuilders could benefit from working more closely with the fast-growing self- and custom-build sector. Many housebuilders and developers, especially those operating on a smaller scale, will have had at least some involvement with custom or... View Article

RLAM completes £35m mixed-use scheme in London Victoria

Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) has completed its £35 million, 150,000 sq ft mixed-use redevelopment of 25 Wilton Road in London Victoria. The existing building was valued at approximately £35 million and, following an inventive refurbishment, infill and extension designed... View Article
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