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Better tenancies under new affordable housing partnership

Around 100 households now have longer tenancies after transferring to a new charitable partnership set up by Croydon Council to deliver affordable rental properties. Croydon Affordable Homes (CAH) was set up last summer with the goal of renting out at... View Article

Fighting fuel poverty from the ground-up

Sébastien Reed investigates alternatives to resolving the problem of replacing inefficient and ineffective heating systems in an age of rising energy costs With British Gas announcing a 12.5 per cent increase in their electricity prices due to affect more than... View Article

Concealment enhances fire safety

Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers tick all the right boxes when it comes to meeting the legislation, regulations and product performance standards that govern fire safety. British designed and manufactured, Powermatic door closers are available in standard and Free Swing... View Article

Prepare your home for Winter

In the UK, our Winter conditions adversely affect many homes, causing water pipes to expand and rupture in properties and ultimately causing irrevocable damage, as well as triggering what has been reported as the most common type of homeowner insurance... View Article

Capture the TrueScale of nature in your kitchen

Surfaces formed of natural materials like stones and woods are gaining popularity in kitchen trend guides as the ideal worktops. TrueScale captures the subtle variations and patterns found in natural materials but eliminates the high cost of sourcing and maintaining... View Article

PCL sees first rental increases in 18 months

Average rents in Prime Central London reached £573 per week in November for the mainstream market (two bedrooms or less, representing 87 per cent of the rental market). This reflects year-on-year growth of 3 per cent, compared with November 2016.... View Article

UK Asbestos Training Association updates rules of membership

Key terms tightened to tackle threat from unapproved agents The UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) was established in 2008.  To continue to offer benefits to members and protect their position within the Industry, UKATA has overhauled its rules of membership. As UKATA membership grew to be... View Article

Installer selects INTRATONE systems for entire client portfolio

A specialist security installer, Green Gate Access Systems, is rolling out Radio Frequency (RF) receiver equipment manufactured by INTRATONE, one of Europe’s largest access control businesses, across its entire portfolio of 400 clients with secured doors and gates. As well... View Article

Airtech offers landlords guarantee mould won’t return

A growing body of evidence has identified the dangerous impact poor air quality is having on our health. Airtech, the mould and condensation control specialist, has therefore developed a comprehensive service over the last 25 years to offer landlords solutions... View Article

Tougher housing enforcement powers for officers

City of Wolverhampton Council is set to get tougher on rogue private sector housing landlords after giving officers more enforcement powers. The move is aimed at providing further protection of health, safety and welfare rights for tenants in the city.... View Article
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