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  • News - 8 Jul 2005
    Due to huge public and professional interest, the Greener Homes and Buildings Event will now be held on the 30th September – 1st October 2005. "Some restrictions on space meant that the...
  • News - 8 Jun 2005
    While giving the keynote address on the opening day of OFFSITE2005 at BRE, the Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, highlighted the important contribution that modern methods of construction (MMC)...
  • News - 30 May 2005
    New opportunities to achieve competitive advantage by employing the latest materials technologies to develop building products and processes - through access to resources that include £60...
  • News - 13 Apr 2005
    Fibre cement slates from Eternit Building Materials have crowned a Belmont Homes' development in a town long favoured by Royalty. More than 70 high-specification properties on the 246-unit...
  • News - 5 Apr 2005
    Hanson, the UK's largest brick and block manufacturer, is tackling the main areas of criticism against traditional building methods - speed and quality of build - head on by developing its own...
  • News - 15 Mar 2005
    The buoyant Irish residential housing market has set new challenges for builders and developers, including finding more efficient methods of construction, meeting tightening performance and...
  • News - 11 Mar 2005
    A new Loss Prevention Standard (LPS) for Innovative Dwellings*, is now ready to be trialled by housing manufacturers following extensive consultations with major stakeholders over the past year. The...
  • News - 18 Jan 2005
    In light of the gaining popularity of Thin Joint Masonry, Thermalite has produced a new guide, offering over twenty pages of essential information and technical advice for specifiers and contractors...
  • News - 4 Jan 2005
    A construction industry conference on Building Schools for the Future is being held on 3 March 2005 at BRE, Watford. Described by Tony Blair as 'the greatest schools renewal programme in...
  • News - 17 Jun 2004
    Five development and management consortia have been shortlisted by national regeneration agency, English Partnerships, to proceed to the next stage of the London-Wide Initiative (LWI). The LWI has...