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Latest Issue : Jun 2021

The June issue of Housebuilder & Developer includes our regular ‘product round-ups’ which, as always, showcase the latest exciting and innovative products available.

Features in this issue include:

  • Short supply
    Brian Berry, CEO of the Federation of Master Builder’s (FMB), explores how the shortage of construction materials is constraining small builders’ ability to build back better. See page 14…
  • The housing stats don’t stack up
    Patrick Mooney, housing consultant and news editor of Housing, Management & Maintenance asks, do the Government’s numbers for how many homes have not been built stack up? See page 18…
  • Taking pride in inclusivity
    Anchor Hanover has been chosen to deliver the UK’s first ‘extra-care’ housing scheme for LGBT+ people in Manchester. Jack Wooler reports. See page 24…
  • Building Fabric: Steeling yourself for the future
    Stuart Judge of the Steel Window Association considers the performance benefits of contemporary steel frames in terms of meeting the future challenges for housebuilding. See page 34…
  • Finance, Insurance & Software: A modern method of recovery
    John Carter of Aldermore argues why builders need to embrace modern methods of construction as a way to help the industry recover from the pandemic. See page 37…
  • Heating, Ventilation & Services: What the Future Homes Standard really means
    Steve Cipriano of Vaillant examines the likely impact of the 2025 Future Homes Standard for England’s housebuilders. See page 45…
  • Interiors: Designs taking flight
    Eric Nicholls of Spiral UK explores the different options for feature staircases available to housebuilders and developers, detailing the benefits of each. See page 47…

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