Building good health

Built on a wooded rural site on the coast near Bristol, a stunning family home has been created that was prefabricated in Germany using natural materials, and designed with health and wellbeing in mind Those who have holidayed in the... View Article

Ashford and The Architect Helping Shape Its Future

Ashford is a town where the landscape is changing through its regeneration programme with a number of high-profile developments coming to fruition. Behind two of the leading projects is architect Guy Hollaway whose work with Elwick Place and The Curious... View Article

Building Safety: You know whats right —Shout it from the rooftops

Neil O’Connor CBE, Director of Building Safety at Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) addresses the annual Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) conference and exhibition at in Manchester. Talking at the annual Chartered Association of Building Engineers... View Article

CPMG Architects appoint new associate Gemma

National architecture firm CPMG Architects is continuing its strategic growth with the recent appointment of Gemma Pont as its new London associate. Gemma joins the team with several years of international architectural experience across Europe and within the London market. She... View Article

Delivering Housing that is Resilient to Fire and Climate Change

A forthcoming conference, Resilient Housing, a collaboration between Modern Masonry, Brick Development Association, The Building Centre and The Concrete Centre will be providing the latest guidance and technical expertise to enable the design and delivery of long-lasting and high-performance homes.... View Article

THE AA RECEIVES THE POWER TO AWARD ITS OWN DEGREES

The Architectural Association receives Taught Degree Awarding Powers by the Lords of Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council. The Architectural Association (AA), the oldest independent school of architecture in the United Kingdom, is pleased to announce that it has been... View Article

FUTUREBUILD 2020 LEADS THE WAY IN THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION

Once regarded as a traditional industry, construction has gone through a revolution in recent years with the adoption of digital methods and techniques. While many companies have embraced this shift, there are those who are at a much earlier stage... View Article

Construction input needed for Brexit preparations, says FMB

Construction should not be overlooked by the Government in no-deal Brexit preparation says the Federation of Master Builders in response to the construction PMI data published today showing that output in September declined at second-sharpest pace since 2009. The fall... View Article