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Social benefits of underground space: moving from cost to value

In October 2017 Think Deep UK brought together urban planners, economists, geotechnical engineers, geologists, tunnellers, public servants, researchers and other professionals to debate the social value of urban underground space. Hosted at IDEA London, and under the guidance of social... View Article

A template for sustainable design

A new headquarters in the Netherlands has shown that a non-traditional approach to project delivery and a hands-on approach to sourcing material can pay dividends. Field trips to other countries to look at materials and an engaged team of sub-contractors,... View Article

Interior design: An insight from the inside

The boundaries of what constitutes interior design are becoming increasingly blurred. In fact, it’s a profession that, up until fairly recently, has struggled to be considered a profession at all. In the latest book from RIBA Publishing – Interior Design:... View Article

HBA: Planning reform is vital for rural communities

According to the Sunday Times, the chancellor of the Exchequer is preparing to announce far-reaching changes to housing and planning policy in his budget speech, which will take place on 22 November. These changes, which are allegedly being pushed by... View Article

GGF addresses reduced sightline IGU issue

Following recent news coverage regarding the manufacture and compliance of some reduced sightline insulating glass units, the GGF has addressed the issue from a technical and GGF policy perspective. On the compliance with Building regulations, Steve Rice, GGF Director of... View Article
MICA Architects

Launch of MICA Architects

We are very excited to announce the launch of MICA, a new architectural practice formed by Gavin Miller and Stuart Cade, the partners of Rick Mather Architects.  The team works across multiple sectors at a range of scales while maintaining... View Article

PRS – Where Lifetime Costs Count

The UK’s private rented sector (PRS) is on an upward trajectory and the increasing scope for investment, will continue this momentum for the foreseeable future. Andy Goodwin, Managing Director of B & K Structures, considers why lifetime costs count for... View Article

Wellbeing at heart of Altro’s European Health Forum

Transforming spaces to improve wellbeing within healthcare was the focus of Altro’s latest European Forum, hosted at the company’s HQ in Letchworth. The two-day event brought together healthcare industry experts with care professionals from across Europe to share best practices... View Article

Change of role for Luke at GEZE UK

The recent expansion of GEZE UK’s external sales teams has seen Luke Carroll appointed to the role of Sales Manager for Window Technology Systems. He joined the company in 2011 as a member of the technical support team, moving to... View Article

Theatreplan reinforces team with new intern

Leading theatre consultancy firm, Theatreplan, is pleased to welcome on board Chris Needle who joins the company as an intern after graduating with a BA (Hons) in Technical Theatre Arts from London’s Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Needle opted... View Article
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