Edinburgh Marina wins yet another planning appeal

Edinburgh Marina Holdings, the developer of Edinburgh Marina, recently announced that they have secured another successful planning appeal with detailed consent granted by the Scottish Government to develop The Moorings, comprising 100 spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments with... View Article

Gabriela Hearst’s sustainable London store opens

Gabriela Hearst, the sustainable global fashion brand with an uncompromising commitment to the environment, has opened its first London outpost, designed by Foster + Partners. Having created a pioneering model for ecologically responsible clothing and accessories, the New York-based label’s... View Article

Glass alignment made simple with CRL Spig-Lite Pro

With the trend for minimalistic architecture going strong, many designs involve a frameless glass balustrade system that doesn’t require a handrail to meet the legal loading requirements, and that is easy to adjust. To help achieve this, architectural hardware specialist... View Article

New modular homes to transform Patchbox pub site

Work to deliver innovative modular homes on the site of the former Patchbox pub will start next month (October). The four two-bedroom houses are being manufactured by ESS Modular and will be transported and lifted into position at Rowley View,... View Article

Eco solutions for woodburning

Defra’s publication of the Clean Air Strategy earlier this year saw the Government making it clear that ‘Ecodesign’ woodburning stoves would be an integral part of the UK’s solution for air quality. Dennis Milligan of the British Flue & Chimney... View Article

Contemporary tiling

Interest in tiling as a stylish, hygienic and durable finish for domestic walls and floors has never been stronger. Here the Tile Association (TTA) outlines some of the issues which housebuilders and developers need to be aware of. Driven by... View Article