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PLATFORM_ completes three new developments

PLATFORM_, a developer and operator of private rented housing, has completed its next wave of developments, with schemes finished in Bedford, Crawley and Stevenage. Crawley and Stevenage were both delivered by Henry Construction, while Bedford was delivered by the Shaylor... View Article

Klober launches wall and underfloor vent range

Roofing accessory manufacturer Klober has introduced an extensive range of wall and underfloor vents for both new build and refurbishment projects. It includes through-the-wall and drill vent sets, weep and face-fit vents, interlocking airbricks, liners, extensions, converters and ducting for... View Article

Passyfier dehumidifier vents

The Condensation Shop Passyfier Dehumidifier vent combines a through-the-wall, ‘warm’ telescopic sleeve with a slab of insulant inside, louvered vent internally and an external airbrick available in 5 different colours. The insulant used within the duct is transparent to the... View Article

Danfoss strikes the right balance for social housing tenants

The installation of Danfoss ASV automatic balancing valves is providing heating comfort and energy savings for tenants living in five social housing tower blocks in south east London. Danfoss’ simple and cost-effective solution optimises heating system performance by ensuring that... View Article

Yorkshire Housing appoints new director

Yorkshire Housing has appointed a new director to lead its ambitious plans to provide 3,000 more affordable homes across the region over the next three years. Andy Gamble takes on the role of director of development in June. He brings... View Article

Barwell vows “bigger, better PRS” at ARLA conference

ARLA Propertymark (Association of Residential Letting Agents) yesterday held its annual ARLA Propertymark Conference at ExCel London. The UK’s largest lettings conference and exhibition welcomed ITV Political Editor Robert Peston and Lord William Hague as keynote speakers and journalist and... View Article

Article 50 triggering: the industry reacts

Prime Minister Theresa May has today invoked Article 50 triggering the beginning of Great Britain’s exit from the European Union. Here we offer some of the responses of industry bodies and experts. RIBA President Jane Duncan wrote in a statement:... View Article

Osmo revives aged wood with highly effective power gel

Osmo UK, the eco-friendly wood and finishes expert, brings tired looking and aged wood back to life with its powerful cleaning agent, Osmo Wood Reviver Power Gel. This product has been especially developed to restore exterior wood, including wooden decking,... View Article

Organowood® makes timber cladding sustainable

Organowood®, a leading sustainable wood protection specialist, is fast becoming known as having the ideal solution to protect and strengthen all types of timber cladding. With strong sustainable and aesthetic qualities, OrganoWood provides architects, professionals and end users with an... View Article

Materials 2017 Podcast #1

The first installment in the podcast press release series for Materials 2017 – the new conference and exhibition focused entirely on materials for architecture, construction, and design – produced by media partner BusinessNet... View Article

Fast Systems Limited to exhibit at Materials 2017!

Fast Systems Limited, who specialise in electronic water conditioners, are showing their Scaleguard electronic water conditioner at Materials 2017 as a simple and economic solution for house builders to incorporate hard water protection in new homes as recommended in the... View Article

A new era in pump technology

By launching the Wilo-Stratos MAXO, Wilo confirms its position as the digital pioneer in the pump industry. The successor to the Wilo-Stratos sets new standards in system efficiency and user-friendliness and once again demonstrates Wilo’s leadership in innovation. The Stratos... View Article

Housing organisations urged to unite against dementia

Alzheimer’s Society is calling on housing organisations to unite against dementia and improve the lives of people living with the condition by signing up to its new Dementia Friendly Housing Charter. Research from the leading dementia charity* has previously found... View Article

Electric log books loom for UK homes

Homeowners will publish electronic log books containing a detailed history of all maintenance and improvements before their house goes on the market, under industry plans unveiled this week. The proposals, released by the trade body for the conveyancing industry, will... View Article
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