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Latest Issue : Jun/Jul 2022

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The June/July issue of HMM includes our regular ‘product round-up’, which showcase the latest exciting and innovative products available.

Our features in this issue include:

  • Industry Viewfinder: Meeting the needs of an ageing population
    In Housing, Management & Maintenance’s latest research study, we look into how housing professionals are adapting to the UK’s ageing population. See page 19…

  • Roofing: Raising the roof for social housing retrofits
    Stuart Nicholson of Marley discusses some of the ways a full roof system, incorporating solar PV, can have a positive impact on rising energy prices. See page 38…

  • Floors & Floor Coverings: Timesaving solutions for flooring installations
    Flooring installations in social housing settings often face pressure to be completed as quickly as possible. Neil Sanders from F. Ball and Co. Ltd., offers solutions for installing floorcoverings in time-critical situations. See page 41…

  • Road To Zero Carbon: Bridging the funding gap for social housing retrofits
    The social housing sector is faced with a retrofit funding deficit of over £90bn, and so far, government grants and private sector investments are falling short. Tim Meanock of Tallarna explains how an ecosystem approach overcomes this challenge to deliver affordable warmth that pays for itself. See page 43…

  • Smoke & Fire Protection: Effective passive fire protection
    Playing a fundamental role in the long-term safety of their properties and their occupiers, building managers have a clear responsibility to ensure effective passive fire protection methods are in place, as Graham Laws of Siderise Insulation explains. See page 47…
  • Smart Technology & Software: Connected housing
    James Gray of Videx Security explores the role that the internet of things (IoT) plays in social housing access control and door entry. See page 49…

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