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To lay or not to lay… that is the question

Whenever it gets hot, people start asking me the same question – is it safe to lay new turf or should I wait for cooler conditions? Good turf doesn’t come cheap so it’s an understandable concern; the last thing you... View Article

Lincoln architects build on success with new hires

Growing architecture firm, LK2 Architects Ltd, has expanded its team with the addition of two new professionals. Thomas Atkinson, who joins as an architect, previously worked for a major high street retailer as a lead architect where he saw key... View Article

Creating designs that work – top tips by next125

As a rule, all eyes are drawn first and foremost to the worktop. This explains why its design is every bit as important as its function and German design never overlooks the importance of functionality. Whether matt or high gloss,... View Article

The Norman Foster foundation officially opens In Madrid

This month, Manuela Carmena, mayor of Madrid, and Norman Foster, president of the Norman Foster Foundation (NFF), inaugurated the Foundation in Madrid by hosting the Future is Now forum. The forum was held in the Royal Theatre and brought together... View Article

Political turmoil as Tories lose majority

The Conservative party have lost their majority in the General Election, resulting in a hung parliament. Labour MPs gained 29 seats, with the Tories losing 12. The Conservatives remain the leading party with 318 seats, but no longer retain enough... View Article

Housing Minister Barwell loses seat

Gavin Barwell, the Conservative Housing Minister, has lost his seat in Croydon Central to Labour. After a night where the Conservatives lost 12 seats, the UK is left with a hung parliament. The Conservatives failed to gain a majority, but... View Article

Groundtrax Systems for ground reinforcement products

Groundtrax Systems Ltd is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of ground reinforcement products. Our extensive range of products means we can always provide the optimum solution – from pedestrian access through to roads, car parks and storage areas capable... View Article

The energy efficiency challenge

A recurrent theme during this election campaign has been the price consumers pay on their energy bills; Are we being ripped off? Will a price cap work? Are the energy companies profiteering? And is it a competitive market place? There... View Article

eMoov comments on Halifax House Price Index May 2017

Founder and CEO of, Russell Quirk, comments: “Despite many predicting a second consecutive monthly drop in house price growth, the latest numbers by Halifax show that prices have, in fact, crept up ever so slightly during May, notwithstanding a... View Article

Three month transport suspension for Kelso house building firm

Scotland’s Traffic Commissioner has suspended a Kelso building and property business from using commercial vehicles for three months, after its director made false representations about the mandatory position of transport manager. Joan Aitken’s order means that M & J Ballantyne... View Article
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