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New homes for Herne Bay residents

The Lord Mayor of Canterbury, Cllr Heather Taylor, joined forces with eight-year-old Bethany Beard to officially open a £3m housing scheme in Herne Bay on Friday (5th July) supported by funding from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). They were... View Article

Powys Window Framework Award

Anglian Building Products has been awarded the window and door lots on Powys County Council’s Maintenance Framework. Anglian will replace existing timber windows with PVC-u casement windows and composite doors to properties spread across the North and South of the... View Article

Metal technology completes the picture at Marine Wharf

Architectural aluminium systems manufacturer Metal Technology has supplied more than £500,000 (installed value) of its products at Marine Wharf in London. Built by main contractor Ardmore for Berkeley Homes, the 2.8 hectare, 532 unit Marine Wharf is the key site... View Article

Minus 7: the hybrid energy harvester

The Minus 7 hybrid energy harvester is a new addition to the renewable energy market. Mark Wozencroft, Managing Director, of Minus 7, explains the benefits of the system that provides all year round heating and hot water. The Minus 7... View Article

Changing places at Wembley

Wembley Stadium is now even more accessible to all, at all levels…. The National Stadium has opened its new Changing Places toilet, ensuring it can accommodate every visitor’s personal hygiene needs. With equipment supplied and installed by Clos-o-Mat, the UK’s... View Article

UK’s first zero-cost energy park wins two awards

Britain’s first zero-cost energy park at Armstrong Point in Wigan has received further industry recognition with two awards at the North West Regional Construction Awards 2013. Submitted by building contractors Tolent Construction and partners Kingspan Renewables, the £2.7million project from... View Article

Empty land becomes affordable housing development

Land which has stood empty for the past six years is being given a new lease of life as affordable homes for Telford residents. The £5million project in Brookside is being developed by leading housing and care provider Sanctuary Group... View Article

The stage at Shoreditch granted planning consent

Plough Yard Development’s multi-million pound regeneration of a 2.5 acre site in Shoreditch, London, was granted planning consent last night. The Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will designed scheme will transform a significant, disused site in Hackney into a thriving new community with... View Article

Naylor acquires AMCO Plastics

With effect from Friday 12 July, Naylor Drainage Ltd has acquired Wath-on-Dearne based plastic extrusion business Amco Plastics Ltd which currently has a turnover of £4.4m. Naylor is a fourth generation family business based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire; the company... View Article

Green Deal ‘Could lead to deadly summer overheating’

Temperatures could soar to dangerously high levels in some homes insulated under the government’s flagship Green Deal scheme, experts have warned. Energy-saving measures designed to save on winter fuel bills and protect the environment could pose a risk to health... View Article
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