Oct 18, 2018 Last Updated 10:41 AM, Oct 15, 2018
Dan Bourke, Social Housing Regional Manager at EnviroVent, looks at a recent study of mould involving four social landlords in the South East and Midlands, including contributing factors and recommendations for avoiding and eradicating the issue.
Andy Mitchell from NBT, UK distributor of the Pavatex range of woodfibre insulation, discusses the risk of reverse diffusion in social housing internal wall insulation retrofits.
John Moss, Head of Social Housing Sales at EnviroVent, looks at how the recently released English Housing Survey demonstrates why indoor air quality should be a priority for social landlords.

Wood you use timber?

  • Oct 18, 2018
  • Published in Housing
Social landlords need to invest for long-term financial value as well as to recognise their wider responsibility towards the planet. Here Tony Pell, Chair of the Wood Window Alliance, explains why.
A secure building helps to prevent and limit damage from break-ins, acts of vandalism and arson. However, what is often overlooked is how the design of a building or site can also help to deter crime before it occurs, writes Allison Whittington, Head of Housing…
In this article, Jeff Hewitt, Civica’s Executive Director for Housing and Asset Management, discusses how evolving technology and a data-rich approach will change our future social housing sector for the better.
David Thornton, Chairman of The Window Company (Contracts), explains how clients are increasingly listening to specialist installers.
With the introduction of Optimise Timber to the Commercial Flooring Collection, Itec Contract Floors is strengthening its position as one of the UK’s top suppliers of commercial-rated acoustic flooring options.
Nicola Johnson, Campaign Manager for Marley Eternit’s Cedral Facades, discusses how the latest European Investment Bank (EIB) affordable housing loan presents the ideal opportunity for affordable housing to receive a visual refresh.
Rob Sands, Technical Director at Videx – which has been providing door entry and access control systems to housing associations for 30 years – addresses the key issues that need to be considered when choosing door entry systems for social housing developments.
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