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PRS – Where Lifetime Costs Count

The UK’s private rented sector (PRS) is on an upward trajectory and the increasing scope for investment, will continue this momentum for the foreseeable future. Andy Goodwin, Managing Director of B & K Structures, considers why lifetime costs count for... View Article

TP Bennett secures approval for mixed-use scheme in Vauxhall

A major student residential and mixed-use scheme in Vauxhall has been granted planning permission by Lambeth Council. Designed by tp bennett for developer Downing, the application is for a 37-storey student residential building and a six-storey commercial office development on the west side... View Article

One Angel Square completes

One Angel Square, a new headquarters building for Northamptonshire County Council has completed, enabling its workforce to relocate from 12 separate properties into one BREEAM Excellent building. The brief was for a 22,000 m² flexible office to accommodate 2,000 employees.... View Article

New Sutton Secondary gets the greenlight

A major new £36m secondary school in Sutton has successfully received planning permission following a progressive design proposal by Architype. The 6 form-entry school with 6th form is part of the wider masterplan for the intended London Cancer Hub (LCH),... View Article

New light facade with natural clay tiles

European Building Materials has launched Vidar, a clean and elegant lightweight cladding system using natural clay tiles. Fast and simple to install, this inexpensive system is completely recyclable and designed in accordance with Cradle to Cradle environmental principles. Designed in... View Article

Blog: Balancing a sensible specification

High on today’s construction agenda is the need to lower environmental impact – combined with the challenge of delivering the desired aesthetic that is also cost effective, robust and easy to maintain. Here, Richard Price of Catnic, explains how pre-coated,... View Article

Blog: The future is green

The design and installation of green roofs requires an understanding of numerous aspects within a project. Here, Richard Clews of  Prater looks into the factors contributing to the expansion of the market and the key areas that need to be... View Article

Eurocell’s Lusso adds zest to conservatory styles

Eurocell has announced the new Lusso orangery-style roof system, which adds style and value to conservatory offerings and completes the Eurocell roof range. Comprising highline gutter and internal pelmet components, Lusso is a modern take on traditional roof design, offering an on-trend... View Article

Safeguard guide has designs on basements

Although basements are a significant area of business opportunity for the construction industry, it is a complex and potentially fraught sector and – in the main – an area for the specialist. Yet Safeguard Europe – a UK leading specialist... View Article

Eurocell slots in timely solution for off-site construction

Eurocell, the UK’s leading manufacturer, distributor and recycler of window, door, conservatory and roofline products, is promising to deliver a whole host of benefits to the timber frame and off-site construction sectors with the launch of its new InSite window solution.... View Article

Being Brunel – Six months to go

Bristol-based construction company Beard, Alec French Architects and Workhaus Projects play central role in major new museum and visitor experience, Being Brunel. A new national museum and visitor experience celebrating the life and works of Isambard Kingdom Brunel will open... View Article
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