GGF signs up for Trading Standards Conference

The GGF for the third consecutive year has committed to supporting the Trading Standards Institute (TSI) Annual Conference and Exhibition, which this year will take place on 29th June to 2nd July at Bournemouth International Centre. This event is one... View Article

London’s Landmark Centre Point: revival begins

On Monday Almacantar will commence the revival of the Grade II listed Centre Point and create a vibrant new retail and restaurant destination for London 82 apartments will be built in the Tower creating some of the most desirable real... View Article

Mackintosh Architecture exhibition

The Scottish architect, artist and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928) is celebrated worldwide. Yet during his lifetime his career was marked as much by its difficulties as by its successes, with many of his designs unrealised. Mackintosh Architecture... View Article

Institution of Structural Engineers announces BIM 2015 Conference

The Institution of Structural Engineers has announced it will host a conference exploring Building Information Modelling (BIM) in 2015. ‘BIM 2015’ will take place on 30 April at the Institution’s new International Headquarters in Bastwick Street, London. The Conference will... View Article

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre is formally opened

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge officially opened the new Kensington Aldridge Academy and Kensington Leisure Centre. Artelia was appointed to work on the Academy in September 2011 to provide a range of services including Cost Management, Employers Agent,... View Article

Ventrolla in control: reflecting on 2014

As a new year approaches, Christian Walker, Marketing Manager of period window specialist Ventrolla looks back on 12 months of progress. It has been another successful year for the company which has expanded its workshop space, invested in new machinery... View Article

Living walls are key to improving London’s air quality

London’s air quality presents a huge problem for residents and now contributes to a death rate of 10-18% from illnesses caused by pollutants. The principal source of air pollution is traffic and despite the UK government enforcing low emission zones... View Article

‘Mary Queen of Floods’ makes waves at Whitehall

Reception held at the House of Commons calls for an end to housing development on flood plains and increased flood risk funding. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) yesterday launched its Flood Free Homes campaign. The campaign raises the issue... View Article

Swish Building Products holds more CPD seminars

Swish Building Products is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of PVC roofline and cladding. This includes fascias, bargeboards, window boards and trims, internal and external cladding, and rainwater. Located centrally, Swish is established as the pre-eminent name in the... View Article

New partner appointed to run the Planning Portal

TerraQuest has been appointed as the preferred bidder to take over the running of the Planning Portal. Housing and Planning Minister Brandon Lewis 19 January 2015) confirmed that business support company TerraQuest is the preferred bidder to take over the... View Article