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Retiring in style with Kingspan OPTIM-R

Residents at the Tennyson Wharf Care Home are enjoying seamless access to a recessed, marina facing roof terrace, thanks in part to the ultra-slim design of the Kingspan OPTIM-R Balcony & Terrace System. The 60-bed care home was constructed by... View Article

GGF supports Materials 2017 exhibition

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is delighted to support Materials 2017, a new conference and exhibition focused entirely on the cutting-edge of material solutions for architecture, construction, and design, to be held on the 25th and 26th of April... View Article

LACE Housing Secures £2.6m for Specialist Accommodation

Leading social housing provider LACE Housing has been given the green light to build 82 specialist homes for older people in Ingham, Nettleham and Washingborough. The Government’s Homes and Communities Agency has approved a £2.6m bid for the developments as... View Article

Scottish house price and rental growth in the shadow of Brexit

Residential development in Scotland is set for five years of growth with demand for homes continuing to outpace supply, according to new research from the UK’s leading property consultancy, JLL JLL’s residential forecast for Scotland suggests that continued political and... View Article

Woodhead secures permission for Edwinstowe homes

Woodhead Homes, part of the Woodhead Group, has been granted permission to build 67 brand new homes at its Rufford Pastures site in its home village of Edwinstow, Nottinghamshire. The development was voted for unanimously by Newark and Sherwood District... View Article

New year, new homes for council tenants in Bramley

A former pub site in Bramley in Leeds has been successfully transformed into new council housing as part of Leeds City Council’s housing growth scheme. The Cardigan Green development comprising of eight two-bedroom homes has now been finished on the... View Article

NFB: changes at CITB could mean improved service for SMEs

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has announced plans to change how it pays grants to construction companies. The new system, to be rolled out in April 2018, will introduce automated grant payments. The National Federation of Builders (NFB) believes... View Article

Construction skills shortage gets worse, warns FMB

The skills shortage in the construction industry has got worse and has now spread beyond bricklayers and carpenters to other key trades, according to the latest research by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). The FMB’s State of Trade Survey... View Article

Focus on quality for Building for Tomorrow 2017 seminars

The ‘route to quality’ will be the main focus of this year’s NHBC Building for Tomorrow 2017 seminars – the number one event for housebuilding professionals. Now in their 26th year, the 2017 seminars will concentrate on construction quality and... View Article

Gullane Fire College plans submitted

Detailed plans for a highly anticipated brownfield development at Gullane’s former Fire College have been submitted by CALA Management Ltd. Central to the proposals is the sensitive renovation of the landmark Henderson House, as well as on-site provision of 31 high-quality... View Article

Find the Flowcrete floor for you at Ecobuild 2017

On stand C147 of Ecobuild 2017, Flowcrete UK will be showcasing its range of resin finishes and sub floor screeds that have been designed to create high performance, environmentally friendly floors. This includes the fast drying Isocrete Alpha Screed, which... View Article
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