Mar 22, 2019 Last Updated 5:04 PM, Mar 20, 2019

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Mar 19, 2019   0

Prosperous educational settings

in Education

From early years, primary and secondary, to further and higher education facilities, every learning establishm...

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Feb 28, 2019   0

An aesthetically-pleasing building services solution

in Education

Toby Buckley, Managing Director of REL Building Services, discusses the construction of a new primary school i...

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Jan 11, 2019   0

A lesson on energy efficiency

in Education

It’s not just businesses that are expected to have an awareness of their carbon footprint – schools are increa...

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Dec 12, 2018   0

Streamlining school delivery in Wales

in Education

In every walk of life, it stands to reason that you get what you pay for. Quality comes at a price and it’s ha...

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Nov 07, 2018   0

The Master Locksmith Association offers its top security advice to…

in Education

Safety in schools and education facilities is a highly emotive subject and one that is never far from the mind...

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Oct 15, 2018   0

Sika Liquid Plastics explores the various funding options available for…

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Phil Chell of Sika Liquid Plastics discusses opportunities and challenges in building improvement funding in t...

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Feb 28, 2019   0

Innovative mobile solution meeting NHS demand

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The first fleet of mobile decontamination units is creating significant efficiencies for endoscopy departments...

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Jan 11, 2019   0

Let the light in

in Healthcare

Scott Leeder, Commercial Director at VELUX Modular Skylights, looks at the benefits of optimising the levels o...

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Dec 12, 2018   0

The future of IoT in healthcare settings

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The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to revolutionise water controls in health and care services. Marcus Judg...

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Nov 07, 2018   0

Architecture and building consultancy, AHR, explains why modular is proving…

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Helen Revitt, Regional Director and Health Sector Lead at architecture and building consultancy AHR, explains ...

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Oct 10, 2018   0

TODD Architects’ design for Rathview Mental Health Facility follows residential…

in Healthcare

At first glance, the c.£2.8m Rathview Mental Health Facility, Omagh, is not what you would expect. In fact, it...

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Sep 06, 2018   0

Johnstone’s Trade brightens up Kingston Hospital’s Derwent Ward with dementia-friendly…

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Johnstone’s Trade recently worked with the Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and architect firm Hunters t...

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Mar 19, 2019   0

Can the public sector do more to regenerate the leisure…

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The leisure sector may be thriving, but it is also facing a number of difficulties. Sam Spencer, Leisure Exper...

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Feb 28, 2019   0

Restoration kickstarts £2m regeneration leisure park masterplan

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A £2m masterplan for the regeneration of Brooklands Park in Worthing, West Sussex, has begun with the renovati...

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Dec 12, 2018   0

The key to heightened leisure centre security

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Leisure centres are a hive of activity, with a vast range of visitors and staff requiring different levels of ...

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Nov 07, 2018   0

All-new Bath Sports and Leisure Centre following £8.5m overhaul

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Createability has finished work on a three-phase £8.5m complete redevelopment of Bath Sports and Leisure Centr...

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Oct 10, 2018   0

Accoya has been specified for the new and improved Slough…

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Slough Borough Council is investing more than £62m in regenerating leisure facilities across the borough wit...

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Sep 07, 2018   0

How one leisure centre’s swimming pool will create heat from…

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A swimming pool is at the forefront of a renewable energy revolution which creates heat from wastewater. ...

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Mar 20, 2019   0

Meeting ambitious build rates

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As politicians increasingly look to local authorities to help build the affordable homes Britain needs, Bjorn ...

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Feb 28, 2019   0

Breaking the mould in UK social housing

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Damp and mould are constant, and as of yet, unanswered threats to the UK’s social housing stock. Byron Dixon O...

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Jan 11, 2019   0

Looking for SBD accreditation?

in Housing

With new and advanced burglary methods, it’s important that local authorities and social housing landlords are...

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Dec 12, 2018   0

Protect your housing stock – and your bottom line

in Housing

Recent news has revealed that the Government has pledged to invest £2bn in building social housing properties ...

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Nov 07, 2018   0

The Epwin Group unveils the verdicts from a recent social…

in Housing

What’s driving change in social housing design and build? Are the factors different now than they were 10 year...

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Oct 10, 2018   0

Dan Bourke of EnviroVent discusses its recent ‘Breaking the Mould’…

in Housing

Dan Bourke, Social Housing Regional Manager at EnviroVent, looks at a recent study of mould involving four soc...

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BBA arm, CIT, helps to…

Managing budgets and making the right maintenance and housing improvement decisions at the righ...

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Feb 28, 2019   0

Falls from height - are…

A contractor is injured after falling off a scaffold. In legal terms, who is responsible? Adria...

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Lack of awareness surrounding CDM…

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Meeting the housing demand

In this article, Geoff Fawkes, Director of The McAvoy Group, looks at how off-site construction...

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