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Latest Issue : Dec 2019

The December 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:

  • Where was housing during the general election?
    Brian Berry of the Federation of Master Builders highlights the lack of focus on housing during the recent election campaigns, exploring what the new Government can do to aid the sector. See page 12…
  • Removing the barriers to progress
    Richard Harral of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) discusses how the Part L consultation shows a clear way forward to carbon reductions, including reducing the performance gap in housebuilding. See page 20…
  • Doors & Windows: The aluminium resurgence
    Steve Bromberg of Express Bi-Folding Doors explains why he believes more homebuilders than ever are ditching PVCu for aluminium. See page 23…
  • Glass & Glazing: Strategic glazing specification
    Kevin Bonnar of Velfac explains how developers can get schemes to market faster and improve their return on investment by employing strategic glazing specification. See page 29…
  • Heating & Ventilation: Getting buyers fired up
    Erica Malkin of the Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) separates fact from fiction by looking at the key considerations for housebuilders, developers and specifiers to keep in mind when it comes to incorporating a wood burning stove into their project. See page 33…
  • Interiors: The future of beam and block
    Ashley Perkins of Milbank Concrete Products explains why housebuilders should be choosing a thermally insulated flooring solution over traditional methods of ground floor construction. See page 43…

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