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Cheffins expands commercial property team with two new hires

Cheffins is strengthening its position within the commercial property sector across the Cambridgeshire region with the appointment of John Grossart as Consultant and Mark Drummond as Commercial Agency Surveyor. John Grossart, previously Managing Partner at Jackson-Stops and Staff in Newmarket... View Article

Reducing risk with new roofing guide

New guidance on the safe installation of roof trusses on new homes of masonry construction has been published to help reduce risks on site to builders working at height. ‘How to safely install roof trusses’ has been produced by the Trussed Rafter Association (TRA) in... View Article

Continued record trading at Robertson Group

Robertson, one of the largest privately owned businesses of its kind in the UK, continues to experience growth in all its Group companies. In its audited accounts to March 2017, the Group has delivered a record year of turnover as... View Article

Project starts weaken over summer months

Starts in the three months to August were 10% lower than a year ago Non-residential project starts were 12% down on the same period in 2016, led lower by falls in office, retail, education and health projects Residential starts were... View Article

Play it safe

Homeowners looking to move will usually consider the safety and security of a neighbourhood above many other factors. In the light of this, Anthony Neary of safe.co.uk discusses the importance of specifying home security in new builds. UK Crime Statistics... View Article

Peace and quiet

Phil Brown of Pilkington explores the reasons why filtering out noise pollution is becoming more important for homeowners and renters. Insulating building interiors against noise is a necessity for many new commercial builds like airports, city offices, bars and restaurants.... View Article

Multipanel: Pretty Muddy, Race for Life

A team from Multipanel, the UK’s leading bathroom and shower panel specialists, took part in Cancer Research’s, ‘Pretty Muddy Edinburgh Race for Life’. The team led by HR Manager Maureen Flannigan managed to raise a fantastic £1,700. The event was... View Article

Cable right to call for councils to build, says FMB

Lib Dem Leader Vince Cable is right to call on the Government to allow local councils to borrow to build, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has said in response to the Party Leader’s speech at the Liberal Democrats’ Party... View Article

Modular construction takes centre stage in Wembley

With views across London and Wembley Stadium, students moving into London’s newest skyscraper will be surprised to learn that the 29-storey tower was built in a factory in Bedford. The 580-bed Apex House was developed by Tide Construction with its... View Article

Manchester firm doubles in size

Pick Everard, which has had a presence in Manchester for five years, has doubled its number of staff in just 12 months. With the North West having been nationally recognised as a region of growth for the property and construction... View Article

Get in line

Sam Hayes of Fernox explores the benefits of incorporating an in-line filter on new build central heating systems. When looking to purchase a property, there are a multitude of factors that influence potential new homeowners’ decisions. These range from the... View Article

Bovis Homes picks up national award for Armed Forces support

Housebuilder Bovis Homes has been recognised with a national award in acknowledgement of its commitment and support for UK Armed Forces personnel. The Silver Award from the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) was presented in a special ceremony... View Article
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