The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has given the green light to deliver 10,000 new homes, of which up to 50% could be affordable, on a 180-hectare brownfield site on the banks of the River Thames as part of the Barking Riverside masterplan.
High performance glass and an excellent value engineering approach from GLASSOLUTIONS has played a major part in the delivery of the St John Bosco College and Wandsworth Residential Surrey Lane scheme, a sustainable college and Code level 4 and 5 housing development in the London…
The new Home Quality Mark recognises that householders are interested in more than just sustainability – and that makes sense for those building, planning or regulating it too, says Eurocell's Head of Marketing, Chris Coxon.
The Structural Timber Awards is a celebration of innovation, best practice and expertise in timber technology. The finalists have just recently been announced and four outstanding social housing projects have been shortlisted for 2016.
The experts at JELD-WEN, a leading manufacturer of timber windows, doors and stairs, explain the numerous benefits of specifying timber windows when meeting required U-values, and improving the overall quality of properties for both housing associations and their tenants.
Will the Housing and Planning Act really achieve its stated aim of increasing the amount of house-building in England? In the short term, the answer is probably not. Chris Coxon, Head of Marketing at Eurocell, elaborates.