The decline of the conventional floorplan and room names

Jason Orme, property expert for The Homebuilding & Renovating Show (28-31 March 2019), says: “Our homes and the way we use them reflect the way society is changing. If we look at the history of the homes since mediaeval times, there’s a definite... View Article

Big Energy Saving Week: 21-27 January 2019

Help vulnerable households come in from the cold during ‘Big Energy Saving Week’ Now that cold, wintry weather is upon us, we can see only too well what hardship vulnerable households may have to contend with if they live in... View Article

New homes for local people

If you have ventured into the Tarring area recently you may have noticed lots of building vehicles and activity, this is due to a development and a couple of refurbishments that we are working on to bring new affordable homes... View Article

Permitted development is a product of planning mismanagement

Baroness Thornhill has expressed her disappointment on how permitted development rules remain an example of top down planning. She argued that elected councillors and officers are better judges than ministers or civil servants on balancing the need for employment space with... View Article

Ebbsfleet Garden City in Kent primed for new homes

Plans submitted by Bellway Homes for a development of much needed new homes, have been given the go ahead by the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation on the edge of Ebbsfleet Garden City, Kent.  Bellway has already commenced enabling works to pave... View Article

Industrial-scale research & testing facilities for Cranfield University

The architectural practice behind the multi-award-winning Aerospace Integrated Research Centre (AIRC) at Cranfield University has designed four new buildings on the Bedfordshire campus. CPMG Architects is delivering a new Agri-Informatics facility, Water Sciences Building, an extension to the existing Pilot hall,... View Article

New RIBA exhibition – Making It Happen

How are architects working directly with community groups to create inspiring local buildings and places during times of economic and political austerity? In this exhibition four immersive installations fill the RIBA’s central London gallery, giving visitors an experiential opportunity to... View Article

New 2018 Edition of Yeoman Shield Brochure Available

The new 2018 edition of the Yeoman Shield Brochure has just been released featuring updates on our new products and developments. To keep pace with the everchanging building interiors environment we have made additions and improvements to our systems ensuring... View Article

9 bid trends for 2019

It’s a brave person who would confidently state what 2019 will bring! While no-one can be certain of the exact impacts of all the possible political, economic, societal, technological, legal and environmental changes, what is certain is that 2019 will... View Article

Dallmer launches new website

Modern, responsive and clear: the new website of Dallmer Ltd is suitable for mobile devices and shows many functions in the Dallmer design. It’s packed with some great features and is simple to navigate. Users have the opportunity to create... View Article

Rapid rise for external cladding supplier

A supplier of external cladding systems in North Somerset is on target to hit £8million this year after a hugely successful 2018. Aquarian Cladding Systems have been supplying brick and terracotta cladding systems to the UK construction industry since launching... View Article