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Light me up

A well thought-out lighting scheme can dramatically enhance the appearance and usability of any kitchen design. No matter how much or how little you are investing in the kitchen itself, lighting can allow any kitchen to make an impression. Lighting... View Article

Rain, rain, go away!

There’s no denying that rainfall in the UK is increasing. Not only is the country getting wetter, but there’s been a change in the nature and frequency of the UK’s rain. This erratic and unpredictable rainfall is causing us to... View Article

Save energy and money this winter

After another winter of lower temperatures and higher bills, energy efficiency is no longer a ‘nice to have’, but a financial necessity. By visiting the Energy Efficiency Exhibitions, your business and your customers can profit from implementing energy saving solutions... View Article

Association and UKTI to promote export opportunities

The Construction Products Association has been awarded funding from UK Trade & Investment for a two year project to identify and assist more non-exporting companies in the construction products sector to start exporting. This project builds on the Association’s successful... View Article

New policy adviser joins House Builders Association

The House Builders Association (HBA), a division of the National Federation of Builders (NFB), welcomed its new Strategic Policy Adviser James Hulme. James replaces Roger Humber who is retiring after many years of service to the housebuilding industry, and in... View Article

Affordable housing programme unveiled in Wandsworth

Close to 1,000 affordable homes are in line to be built in the borough over the next five years, as the council looks to secure more housing opportunities for residents. Wandsworth has also announced that it hopes to directly support... View Article

BAM and Connislow venture into student accomodation

BAM Properties (part of BAM Construct UK) and the specialist developer Connislow have formed a joint venture to pursue opportunities in the student accommodation market. The first BAM Connislow development is on site in Ainsley Street, Durham and the joint... View Article

Timbmet cladding for cutting edge Linden development

Timber specialists, Timbmet, have been instrumental in supplying a unique look to one of the key developments in Harlow, Essex – Newhall. Newall is a high profile residential development comprising a collection of villas and apartments designed by award winning... View Article

Remeha Commercial launches gas absorbtion heat pump range

Leading commercial heating manufacturer and supplier Remeha Commercial has launched a range of Gas Absorption Heat Pumps (GAHP) as a high efficiency, low-carbon, low-NOx alternative for low grade heating and hot water generation. The new Remeha GAHP range is suitable... View Article

The future role of BIM

With the advent of Building Information Modeling (BIM) drawing closer, David Wigglesworth, Managing Director of ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, discusses the division’s plans to deliver 29 BIM objects to the construction sector. BIM is designed to create and unlock an... View Article
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