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Latest Issue : Apr/May 2020

The April/May 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:

  • Value from thin air
    Anthony Moubarak from Click Above tells Jack Wooler about a recently completed airspace development in south west London that harnessed offsite construction to achieve a result that blends old and new. See page 12…
  • Glasgow mixed-use project seeks third phase planning
    Plans for 349 new homes and nine commercial units have been submitted for a Glasgow development which has already seen a large-scale regeneration of the area. See page 18…
  • Heating, Ventilation & Services: Standards are changing
    The British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers Association (BFCMA) keeps housebuilders and developers up to date on the latest in chimney design and installation. See page 29…
  • Heating, Ventilation & Services: Investing in heating
    Steve Birch of Vogue explores the bathroom heating trends for 2020. See page 33…
  • Interiors: The multi-generational living opportunity
    The growing trend of multiple generations living together in one house offers a whole new market for housebuilders – they just need to consider age-inclusive and flexible design options, says David Schill of Aritco Lifts. See page 41…
  • Landscaping & External Works: Decking – do your homework
    Sarah Francis of Arbor Forest Products gives an insight into how to spot quality decking products – whether it’s timber or composite. See page 45…
  • Structural Elements: I-joist innovations
    Angus Macfarlane of James Jones & Sons discusses the increasing popularity of I-joists, and their inherent economic, technical and environmental benefits that can help address the current challenges the housebuilding industry faces. See page 49…

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