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Plaswood’s stairway to sustainability

The Menai Bridge spans the sea between Anglesey and mainland Wales – a monument to strength and endurance. It can be reached several ways from the Anglesey side, but until recently one of them was in sharp contrast to the... View Article

Britain shows sign of adopting German housing model

Of the estimated 17 million renters in the UK, over two thirds (70 per cent or 12 million adults) have no plans to purchase a property, reveals new research by landlord insurer Direct Line for Business. The research shows Britain is... View Article

Wonderful Washrooms at Walthamstow Wetlands

Walthamstow Wetlands is the capital’s newest and largest urban wetland nature reserve and increases public access to nature in an area of London deficient in open space. As part of the scheme Architects Witherford Watson Mann designed a visitor centre... View Article

Living with quiet

One of the most unusual locations for Troldtekt acoustic ceiling tiles has to be found inside a fascinating new house in Sai Kung, Hong Kong. This remarkable and exciting project by Millimeter Interior Design has transformed an impractical and cramped... View Article

Thirteen Pride in the Job awards for Barratt Scotland

Thirteen site managers at Barratt Scotland developments carried home awards from Friday’s National House Building Council’s (NHBC) Pride in the Job Quality Awards. Six site managers from the North of Scotland, three from the West and four from the East... View Article

Aico launches first combined Heat & CO alarm

Aico has launched its first combined Heat & Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm. The new Ei3028 from Aico, the UK’s market leader in domestic mains powered Fire and Carbon Monoxide detection, is the company’s first ever mains powered Multi-Sensor Heat & CO Alarm. Unique to the new 3000 Series, it is a convenient,... View Article

Work begins on 207-bed student accommodation development in Dublin

Crosslane Student Developments, part of the Crosslane Property Group (“Crosslane”), is pleased to announce that construction has commenced on their 207-bed purpose-built student accommodation development on Carman’s Hall, Dublin. The project will be Crosslane’s first student scheme in the city and in... View Article

Inspiration from above

Tony Isaac of Brett Martin Daylight Systems delves into the key recent trends in rooflights, from ‘designability’ to ensuring safety for users: The desire for the latest products is not uncommon in the world of rooflights, and the urge for... View Article

The view from the showroom

Howarth Timber researcher and blogger Kat Jacklin outlines key kitchen trends identified for 2018 and beyond. Providing a dedicated kitchen design service to both trade customers and homeowners offers a unique insight into kitchen design trends: not only those which... View Article

Stay on top of new Regs

Hugh Harkin of Kytun Dry Roofing Products discusses the new British Standard for roofing and why these regulations matter Dry fix systems have sparked plenty of debate since the 1980s when they were first introduced onto the market. Driven by... View Article

Door closers create safer homes

With fire safety high on the agenda, Dr Lloyd Blewett of Samuel Heath investigates the potential of door closers for social housing The tragic events of last year have, understandably, brought the fire safety spotlight on to the social housing... View Article
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