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The Industry Advocate

After the shock election announcement, Brian Berry looks at what the next Government’s construction priorities need to be Even by the standards of the time, Theresa May’s announcement that there was to be a general election was an extraordinary development,... View Article

Strong start for 2017 home registrations

Over 42,000 new homes were registered in the UK by NHBC in the first three months of the year, according to figures released at the NHBC’s Q1 statistics briefing. 42,470 new homes were registered in Q1, an increase of 17... View Article

NAO looks at state of sector

The National Audit Office (NAO) has published an overview of the housing market in England, detailing the Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) housing strategy and the overall housing policy landscape. Two of the DCLG’s current four strategic objectives... View Article

Election reaction: social housing

Patrick Mooney, editor of Housing Management & Maintenance, looks at how the general election is likely to affect the social housing sector.  A period of uncertainty is the inevitable outcome of the general election, with parts of the Housing &... View Article

From the Editor

No one should really have been surprised at Theresa May’s decision to hold a snap general election. Political history teaches us that if nothing else, politicians tend to be opportunists. She seized this opportunity to strengthen her majority on the... View Article

New date for IDHEE ‘Smart Future’ conference

Following the Prime Minister’s call for a general election on Thursday 8th June, the IDHEE has moved its annual conference to Tuesday 20th June. David Matthews, CEO of the Institute of Domestic Heating and Environmental Engineers (IDHEE), said: “Moving the... View Article

CMS Window Systems wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Scotland’s leading window, door and curtain walling designer, fabricator and installer, CMS Window Systems, has received the highest business accolade by today being announced as a winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development 2017. The Cumbernauld-based company, which... View Article

Clearstone permeable driveway for ancient trees

Clearstone installed resin bound at Anthea Harrison Garden Design’s award-winning project to preserve ancient trees. The driveway had several trees subject to preservation orders, with root protection zones within the driveway.  To comply with regulations from local planning authorities, Anthea... View Article

Network VEKA supports revamped Rugby Double Glazing launch

Rugby Double Glazing recently marked the opening of its revamped showroom with an invite-only open day for friends and customers, and a notable star guest… The Midlands-based company is a member of pioneering installer support organisation, Network VEKA; members of... View Article

Ford Windows racing ahead after 40 years

Sheffield-based fabricator and installer Ford Windows is celebrating a new milestone in its continuing growth and development – its 40th year in the industry. And, despite its maturity, the company is continuing to grow. Managing Director Philip Shackley says, “Our... View Article

Plans submitted for landmark residential scheme

A major residential scheme designed by Broadway Malyan after successfully winning a design competition, has been submitted for planning. The proposal for 375 new homes in Walton-upon-Thames are spread across eight buildings and is set to replace the former Birds... View Article
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