Dallmer launches new website

Modern, responsive and clear: the new website of Dallmer Ltd is suitable for mobile devices and shows many functions in the Dallmer design. It’s packed with some great features and is simple to navigate. Users have the opportunity to create... View Article

Building a community

While only a relatively modestly- scaled development with 27 homes, Marklake Court is being seen as an exemplar of a community-led social housing project. Jack Wooler spoke to Hari Phillips, director at project architects Bell Phillips, about how the south... View Article

Luxury apartments in Cambridgeshire

Ahousebuilder in Hauxton, Cambridgeshire has responded to local demand with its first luxury apartments. Redrow Homes South Midlands has unveiled 16 two-bed luxury apartments, named ‘The Turner,’ at its existing Sanderson Manor development on Church Road. The first of their... View Article

Another new camera that pushes the boundaries

For building inspection and the prevention of energy loss, a thermal imaging camera is now considered an essential tool and thanks to its continuous development strategy, FLIR Systems provides this industry with an exceptional choice of products. Year on year... View Article

£13m Croydon scheme begins on fire-damaged site

Work has started onsite for a £13m residential scheme in Croydon, set to bring 65 new homes to the London borough. The new development will consist of 44 private homes, a mixture of one, two and three-bed units, along with... View Article

Green light for timber homes in Newham

Planning has been granted by Newham Borough Council in east London for an 800 m2 residential scheme for Cliveden Land. Edward Williams Architects has designed four new buildings to be inserted into the car parking area of an existing development... View Article

The fight to combat homelessness

Patrick Mooney, housing consultant and news editor of Housing, Management & Maintenance, explains why he believes Whitehall politicians need to up their game in the fight to combat homelessness and cut unnecessary deaths. It was a sad indictment of the... View Article

2010s to record poorest figures on housebuilding

The 2010s will see the lowest number of new houses built in England since the Second World War, according to analysis from think tank CPS. This is reportedly part of a 50-year pattern, in which each decade has seen fewer... View Article

From the Editor

TV architect George Clarke spoke at a recent event on the urgent need to innovate in housebuilding to deliver good quality at the same time as the numbers. At the Mitsubishi Electric-staged event Clarke provocatively said “there’s no point building... View Article

Contractor Bouygues chooses Deceuninck PVC-U over aluminium

More than 700 frames of Deceuninck’s 2500 chamfered windows have been installed in a development of luxury apartments in Southampton. Alexandra Wharf is a collection of two and three bedroom, stylish water-front apartments, forming part of the Ocean Village development... View Article

Futurebuild partners with BEIS and Innovate UK to host Innovation Zone

Futurebuild has been announced as an Official UK Government Innovation Partner as it unveils plans to host ‘The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Innovation Zone’ at the 2019 event. The Innovation Zone will inspire and educate visitors around the Government’s... View Article

BoilerMag teams up with worldwide brand

The popular BoilerMag range of heating protection products will now be marketed under the world renowned Spear and Jackson brand name. Previously marketed by sister company Eclipse Magnetics (and Spear and Jackson Group member company) the BoilerMag range will now... View Article