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Industry reacts to party manifestos

Industry bodies react to the party manifestos ahead of the general election on 8 June. In response to the Conservative Party’s manifesto, former Government housing adviser and chief executive of The Housing & Finance Institute Natalie Elphicke said: “The Conservative Party’s housing pledges – launched... View Article

Introducing KI’s iconic Postura+ Chair

KI’s iconic Postura+ chair was the first one-piece polypropylene chair introduced to the UK education market in 1996. The chair is ergonomically designed to promote good posture and provide exceptional comfort. Made in the UK from recyclable high impact-resistant polypropylene,... View Article

GEZE UK grows its specification team

GEZE UK is enhancing its commitment to specification and enhancing customer experience by expanding and re-organising its specification team. Richard Richardson-Derry, who joined GEZE UK in May 2014 as area specification manager for the Midlands and North region, now heads... View Article

BAL helps mosaic artist transform school hall

BAL – one of the market-leaders in full tiling solutions – have helped mosaic artist Tamara Froud transform a primary school dining hall with installations designed by pupils and taking inspiration from the school’s values. A fixing solution of BAL adhesive... View Article

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects chosen to develop project at the new Carlsberg City district (Carlsberg Byen) on the former site of the world famous Carlsberg brewery in Copenhagen, Denmark

The Carlsberg Brewery production plant in Copenhagen was closed down in 2008. The former industrial site renowned for its rich architectural legacy has been re-emerging as a new sustainable city district: a dense city structure with attractive urban spaces, public transport,... View Article

Kingspan takes the devil out of detailing

Kingspan Insulation has released a new technical bulletin and RIBA approved CPD article, designed to support enhanced detailing. The documents explore the effects of linear thermal bridging around openings in the building envelope, and present new research on the subject,... View Article

Keeping one step ahead of wear and tear

What keeps us on our feet keeps us in business, and while more time may be spent polishing up the company website, equal attention should be paid to the condition of a property’s flooring. There is no fine line between... View Article

DCLG select committee report supports self-build

The Communities and Local Government Committee has released a report in which it examines ways to fix the ‘broken housing market’ including a focus on obstacles in the self-build sector. In the report ‘Capacity in the homebuilding industry the committee... View Article
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