• Complying with London’s zero carbon dwellings policy

    Zero carbon dwellings policy seminar will look at how those involved in new housing provision across the ...

    Zero carbon dwellings policy seminar will look at how those involved in new housing provision across the capital can achieve compliance. The seminar covering the new zero carbon dwellings policy will ...

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  • Fernox introduces TF1 Omega Filter for domestic market

    Combining a powerful, Neodymium magnet with Hydronic Particle Separation (HPS) technology, the nickel-pla ...

    Combining a powerful, Neodymium magnet with Hydronic Particle Separation (HPS) technology, the nickel-plated brass TF1 Omega Filter from Fernox is able to capture extremely high levels of system debri ...

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  • CIEH praises Shelter’s Living Home Standard

    The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) says Shelter's Living Home Standard provides clear ...

    The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) says Shelter's Living Home Standard provides clear benchmark for landlords and tenants. Following the launch of Shelter’s ‘Living Home Standard’ ...

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  • Living Home Standard tackles affordability and decency

    Four in 10 people (43%) in Britain live in homes which fail to meet the ‘Living Home Standard’ — a new me ...

    Four in 10 people (43%) in Britain live in homes which fail to meet the ‘Living Home Standard’ — a new measure of what makes an acceptable home, developed as part of ground-breaking new research relea ...

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  • Kier responds to government housing pledge

    Kier Living launches £1bn housing delivery fund with ambitions to help public sector build 10,000 new hom ...

    Kier Living launches £1bn housing delivery fund with ambitions to help public sector build 10,000 new homes across the UK. The 'New Communities Partnership' initiative was launched in partnership with ...

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  • End of Right to Buy in Scotland

    Zhan McIntyre, policy lead at the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA), discusses why the e ...

    Zhan McIntyre, policy lead at the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA), discusses why the end of Right to Buy in Scotland was not a moment too soon. The Scottish Federation of Housing As ...

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  • Creating mixed communities

    Do we need 500,000 new councils houses? Asks Matthew Warburton, policy advisor at the Association of Reta ...

    Do we need 500,000 new councils houses? Asks Matthew Warburton, policy advisor at the Association of Retained Council Housing (ARCH). Theresa May’s government has so far retained its predecessor’s amb ...

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  • Affordable housing need

    Gavin Smart, deputy chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Housing, discusses the need for more tr ...

    Gavin Smart, deputy chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Housing, discusses the need for more truly affordable homes and greater support and funding for housing providers to deliver them. Hom ...

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  • Lightweight renovating plaster

    Plaster is one of the most extensively used materials, yet compromising quality over cost can lead to lon ...

    Plaster is one of the most extensively used materials, yet compromising quality over cost can lead to long-term property maintenance issues. Iain Spence puts forward the case for alternative plaster u ...

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  • Making a house a home

    LABM speaks to owner and founder of void refurbishment specialist, SCS, Sarah Southworth, about how the v ...

    LABM speaks to owner and founder of void refurbishment specialist, SCS, Sarah Southworth, about how the void process works and how the company has developed a model that meets the varied needs of hous ...

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