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Landlords react to longer-term tenancy plan

Reacting to reports that the Government will announce plans to introduce mandatory three year tenancies, Richard Lambert, CEO at the National Landlords Association (NLA) said: “In his speech to the Conservative Party conference last October, Sajid Javid announced plans for a consultation... View Article

Floor preparation: worth every penny

Dave Bigham of National Flooring Equipment discusses the process of floor preparation in residential spaces In the last few years, luxury coverings such as marble, solid oak and bamboo have bumped up the price of residential flooring in the UK.... View Article

Fact of the Week – 2nd July 2018

The world’s largest Gothic cathedral is in new York City. It is the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Amsterdam Avenue and 112th Street. The cathedral measures 601 feet long, 146 feet wide, and has a transept measuring 320... View Article

Helifix BIM Object Library Launched

Helifix has launched a BIM object library to support the industry’s transition to digital building modelling. Available to download from or from the NBS National BIM Library at, these Revit format BIM objects allow Helifix products to be... View Article

29 organisations now use Resettlement Passport

29 organisations are now using the Resettlement Passport, a tenancy skills course aimed at giving vulnerable people the skills and confidence to sustain a tenancy. Born out of the charity Local Solutions’ work with homeless young people in the Liverpool... View Article

FAKRO loses smear campaign against VELUX

FAKRO, Polish roof window competitor to VELUX, loses a complaint to the EU Commission, which since 2012 has been used as the basis for a smear campaign across most of Europe against The VELUX Group.  The European Commission rejected the... View Article

Interior Film proves to be a winner at Olympic Village.

Get Living London manages residential apartments at the former athletes Olympic Village at Stratford, East London. When tenants move out, each apartment is given a thorough inspection and clean before new tenants can move in. Time is of the essence as... View Article

Brokenshire announces social housing investment boost

A multi-billion pound boost to social housing across England has been confirmed by Secretary of State for Communities, James Brokenshire MP £1.67bn social housing deal to deliver 23,000 affordable homes Government confirms details of £1bn investment to support a new... View Article

Triple Point Social Housing REIT plc

Acquisitions Update The Board of Triple Point Social Housing REIT plc (tickers: SOHO and SOHC) is pleased to announce that the Group has exchanged contracts on two supported housing properties, completed the acquisition of three supported housing properties and has acquired... View Article
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