Maidenhill starts to take shape

The framework for the first homes in the initial phase at Maidenhill has been erected as homebuilders CALA Homes (West) and Taylor Wimpey West Scotland drive forward the vision of a brand new community in Newton Mearns. This milestone marks... View Article

Break the mould with Crown Trade’s Clean Extreme

The mild, wet autumnal weather can provide the ideal conditions for mould and mildew to thrive but thanks to Crown Trade’s range of Clean Extreme Mould Inhibiting paints, the outlook has just got brighter. Ideally suited for damp-prone areas such... View Article

Icynene spray foam insulation for high-end new-build

Exceptional thermal performance and low running costs were key criteria for the construction of a 3000sq ft, new-build home in rural North Yorkshire. Designed for a private client by Harrogate Architects, Townscape, the high specification property was built in the... View Article

Jacopa strengthens stormwater solutions

Wastewater solutions specialist Jacopa has reached a landmark agreement with German water technology systems expert Steinhardt GmbH as the sole agent for its wide range of flood and process protection products in the UK and Ireland. The move will enhance... View Article

Vent-Axia Blooms at The Botanics in Glasgow

Leading British ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia has supplied 94 whole house ventilation units to a prestigious housing development in Glasgow. Sited on the grounds of the former BBC Studios in the west end of the city, The Botanics is a £45m... View Article

Upsizing the downsizing market

While the lack of affordable new homes for first time buyers often makes the headlines, at the other end of the market there is a similar crisis which gets far less publicity. Yet solving the problems for this older demographic... View Article

Highest new home registrations in 11 years, reports NHBC

UK builders registered more than 43,500 new homes during the third quarter of 2018, according to NHBC’s latest new home registration statistics – making it the highest quarter since 2007. 43,578 new homes were registered during the period July –... View Article

Budget 2018: key construction points

Chancellor Phillip Hammond made several announcements of increased investment in housing and construction in a Budget speech that contained more positive spending news than many had expected. Key construction sector announcements included a removal of stamp duty for all first-time buyers of... View Article

Budget 2018: industry reactions

After Chancellor Phillip Hammond made several announcements of increased investment in housing and construction in his Budget speech, industry leaders have been quick to comment. With more positive spending news than many had expected, the commentary was largely favourable, though... View Article