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Latest Issue : Mar 2020

The March issue of Housebuilder & Developer includes our regular ‘product round-ups’ which, as always, showcase the latest exciting and innovative products available.

Features in this issue include:

  • A royal welcome
    A 72-home heritage project is in the works, offering those with the money the opportunity to live adjacent to Buckingham Palace. Northacre’s CEO, Niccolò Barattieri di San Pietro, and its construction director, Robert Gibson, take Jack Wooler through what is arguably one of London’s most complex projects. See page 18…
  • The electric economy is heating up
    As the construction industry tackles the challenge of lowering its dependency on fossil fuels, max Halliwell of Mitsubishi Electric explains why green electricity – and heat pumps in particular – will prove to be the most efficient and secure energy source for the foreseeable future. See page 14…
  • Doors & Windows: Stand out from the crowd
    Phil Nash from Scotts of Thrapston discusses the many different styles and materials of porch canopies, and the benefits they can bring to both builders and homeowners. See page 29…
  • Balcony Systems: Balcony compliance considerations
    Nick Haughton of Sapphire explores the key compliance considerations when specifying balconies for housebuilding projects. See page 31…
  • Bathrooms & Kitchens: The latest in kitchens appliances
    Phil Slater of Whirlpool UK takes a look at the key appliance trends in kitchens, and how sustainability and open plan living are being factored into modern products. See page 41…
  • Smoke & Fire Protection: Fire safety is changing
    The future of fire safety is changing. Here, Nick Rutter of Fireangel explores the latest innovations available to the UK market to not only help achieve constant compliance, but provide intelligent solutions that can adapt for the future. See page 49…

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