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Improve indoor air quality with the experts from Airflow

Airflow Developments, the leading specialist in home ventilation, will exhibit at Grand Designs Live from the 5-13th May at London’s ExCeL. For homeowners, self-builders and architects alike, Airflow provides a wide range of high performance, energy efficient and award winning ventilation... View Article

Innovation is Here – CEA Annual Conference

Data is knowledge, knowledge is power, but how do you harness it?  Artificial intelligence (AI), Big Data, the Industrial Internet of Things, collectively known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0, are changing the way the construction industry does... View Article

National campaign launched to combat air pollution in construction

Survey by Considerate Constructors Scheme reveals urgent need for greater awareness and understanding across the industry Produced in response to the survey findings, the Scheme’s ‘Spotlight on…air pollution’ campaign provides vital resources to enable the whole industry to tackle the... View Article

Mice are taking the Mickey

Gulliver Hill of Superproof explores the question of whether or not it is time to change our pest control strategies The main problem with our attempts to control mice is that the rodents have moved on, but we haven’t. House... View Article

NFB to MPA: We are a united supply chain

The Mineral Products Association (MPA) has highlighted three practical steps that the Government should take in order to ensure the supply chain can meet the material demands for 300,000 new homes every year. Identifying improved policy clarity, better resourcing for... View Article

Hanover raises £50K for Macmillan

Staff and residents at retirement housing estates managed by Hanover Housing Association were celebrating today after the organisation’s Chair, Dr Stuart Burgess, presented Macmillan Cancer Support with a cheque for £50,000 thanks to fundraising efforts from a number of their... View Article

UK appetite for self-build soars

Enthusiasm for self-build is growing rapidly in the UK, as Government legislative support, increasing awareness of the Right to Build Register and the launch of the UK’s first custom build development ‘plot shop’ at Graven Hill in Bicester have together... View Article

Aster joins Vote 100 campaign

Developer and social landlord Aster Group is backing a new campaign that marks the 100th anniversary of some women being granted the vote in the UK. The group, which owns and manages almost 30,000 homes across the south of England,... View Article

Free local Smoke Alarm Training from Aico

Aico Ltd., the market leader in residential Fire and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms in the UK, is pleased to announce its Mobile Training & Demonstration Units will be delivering Expert Installer training in Northern Ireland and Scotland this spring and summer. The... View Article

Retired couples opt for flexible accommodation when downsizing

Research by Prudential suggests that up to 4 million people over-55 years old in the UK could be looking to downsize, with convenience rather than cash being their main motivation. Gillian Girling, Chief Executive of Girlings Retirement Rentals says many older people are... View Article

AECOM to Engineer 18th Annual Serpentine Pavilion

For the sixth year running, AECOM, in collaboration with David Glover, will deliver engineering and technical design services for the Serpentine Pavilion in London, UK. The Mexican architect Frida Escobedo, celebrated for dynamic projects that reactivate urban space, has been commissioned to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2018.... View Article

Open plan offices are damaging workers ability to concentrate

The noise and distraction of open plan workplaces are preventing employees from focusing on individual tasks requiring high levels of concentration and minimum disruption, according to research from Unispace, the global design firm.  The findings come as part of Unispace’s... View Article
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