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Taking to tablets

Colin Yates of Workmobile explains why housebuilders need to embrace digital technology for the future health of their businesses. We are undoubtedly living in a new, digital era, where innovative technology is constantly changing the way we interact and go... View Article

The CIL: Nothing is more (UN)certain than taxes

Taking over Brian Berry’s regular column slot this month, FMB director of external affairs Sarah McMonagle gives a qualified welcome to the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Review. As the famous saying goes “Nothing is certain, except death and taxes”. For housebuilders... View Article

Glass Juliette balconies meet their Romeo

While the aesthetic appeal of glass Juliette balconies are undeniable, installing them is not without its issues in terms of efficiency and safety. CRL’s Simon Boocock takes a view through the looking glass at the best solutions. Juliette balconies are... View Article

Are all safes the same?

Jeremy Cassady, Managing Director at Securikey, discusses some of the distinguishing features of a safe that will offer customers and users enhanced levels of security for their possessions. Buying a safe can be an especially daunting purchase for not just... View Article

Woodhead appointed to HCA’s £8bn housing delivery panel

Robert Woodhead has been named as one of the construction companies selected to deliver the Homes and Communities Agency’s (HCA) multi billion pound Delivery Partner Panel. The HCA has this week unveiled its preferred housing developers and contractors to deliver £8bn of... View Article

Prime Central London buyer demand bounces back in 2017

The latest research from leading hybrid estate agent,, shows that Prime Central London (PCL) is starting to find its feet again after two years of declining buyer interest. Demand levels across PCL are currently at 13% on average, up +25%... View Article

Urban Union to continue regeneration of Pollokshaws

Glasgow’s Pollokshaws is set for its next phase of regeneration after developers Urban Union acquired land in the area. Pollokshaws is one of eight Transformational Regeneration Areas (TRA) in the city earmarked for regeneration as part of the Transforming Communities:... View Article

Blog: Homebuilders need to provide multi-generational homes

John Elliott, Managing Director of Millwood Designer Homes discusses the importance of homebuilders expanding into the market of multigenerational living, by offering families new homes with greater flexibility. With modern family life changing as younger generations save for a deposit... View Article

Blog: Growing support for British manufacture

As Leeds manufacturer, Pland Stainless, signs up for another years membership of the ‘Made in Britain’ initiative, Steve Duree, Managing Director shares a positive view on the future of British Manufacturing. There is no doubt that growth in the ‘Made... View Article
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