Site manager’s kind gesture goes viral

When a site manager came to the help of a newly moved-in couple on one of his developments, little did he know that the kind gesture would go viral on social media! Will Rudd, site manager at Persimmon Homes North... View Article

CIOB announces support for ‘dementia friends’

The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is delighted to announce that it is supporting the Alzheimer’s Society’s ‘Dementia Friends’ initiative. 850,000 people in the UK are living with dementia, a number that is expected to rise to 1 million by... View Article

Storey Homes pays tribute to essential workers

Storey Homes is supporting essential workers with a new incentive offering a £10,000 reduction on all homes at their impressive sites; De Montfort Place in Bedford and Birch Meadow in Barkway. A concession introduced to assist those providing essential services... View Article

Homes fit for the future

Ian Batchelor, Director of Construction and Building Services at ODS, argues for a revolution in social housing with a focus on innovative design for eco-credentials and community-based living The UK builds, on average, only 6,000 new social homes each year;... View Article

Managing health and safety on site amid COVID-19

CONSTRUCTION sites in the UK will be able to remain open during evenings and weekends to help the UK’s economy recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to government sources. In a move welcomed by housing secretary Robert Jenrick, several companies... View Article

Accessorise the perfect kitchen with Keller

A new portfolio of accessories from Keller Kitchens has been launched to perfect the kitchen space. The mantra “detail makes a difference” is clearly illustrated with the introduction of built-in power outlets, lighting elements, lower ventilation grids in stainless steel and black,... View Article

The future of home accessibility

While accessibility has come on leaps and bounds over the years, seven in every 10 people believe that their homes would not be accessible to wheelchair users according to a YouGov poll. With 8.2 million households also set to house... View Article