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A world of innovation for a world of change

Celebrating its 32nd anniversary year, kbb Birmingham, the largest and most established kitchen, bedroom and bathroom event in the UK, returns to the NEC, Birmingham from 4-7 March 2018. After the success of last year’s Future theme, kbb continues to... View Article

ecobuild 2018: the event shaped by the industry

ecobuild is returning to ExCeL London in March 2018. Under the new ownership of Futurebuild Events, the event is being designed and built around the industry, bringing to life the latest technology, thinking, and materials. through comprehensive industry feedback, but... View Article

Revitalised community facilities open in Havant

Celebrations have taken place to mark the completion of new sporting facilities at Front Lawn Recreation Ground in Leigh Park, Havant. The £1.5m project has transformed Front Lawn Recreation Ground, ensuring it is fit-for-purpose and will now be able to... View Article

Expanding the cinema experience

UNStudio’s design for EuropaCity’s ‘Centre Culturel’ has been selected in the largest private initiative architectural competition ever launched in France. Following the announcement in 2017 of BIG’s masterplan for EuropaCity – a unique new tourism and leisure district in Greater... View Article

Meeting the offsite challenge

ADF looks at how one firm is embracing the supply chain challenge of timber housebuilding as the industry transitions to modular offsite construction. The construction industry is undergoing a major transition, with construction moving from building sites to offsite manufacturing.... View Article

Use Wood Wisely – Impacts on forests and wildlife

Wood pellets – small, but deadly, explains Norbord Norbord’s Use Wood Wisely – www.usewoodwisely.co.uk – is an educational resource for the responsible and sustainable use of wood. Rather than burning virgin timber as fuel for energy generation – and thereby releasing tonnes... View Article

Plans approved for unique residential scheme

A residential project that will see the first housing built over the River Thames, has been given the go-ahead by planners. Dartford Council has approved the final phase of the successful Ingress Park development at Greenhithe in Kent, that will... View Article

Growing up in public

The creation of green space is increasingly constrained in many projects by underground services, access routes, parking and traffic. In light of this issue, living walls and green screens are the win-win solution, says Mobilane’s Paul Garlick. Innovative green systems... View Article
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