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 05-07 March 2019 / ExCeL, London

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  • Building an ‘Appi’ life

    16 Jan 2018 Sean Eley, Managing Director, AppiUK

    In an ever-changing world, the key to success is adapting to change and embracing the future. Construction is no different. With environmental concerns always present and a population that is rapidly growing, we need more homes quickly, but with a lower financial and environmental impact.

  • A Bauder green roof bus shelter has been recognised by The Norfolk Association of Architects (NAA), winning the Design & Craftsmanship Award. 
  • Due to open by the end of next year, IKEA will invest £100 million in the new Greenwich store, which it says will be “the most sustainable store in the UK to date.”

  • Architect Waugh Thistleton has secured planning permission for a 25 home scheme in Lewisham, south London.

  • Larkfleet Homes – the Lincolnshire-based housebuilder – has made a New Year resolution for 2018.

  • More than 11,000 homes across the UK have been empty for 10 years or more, research by the Liberal Democrats has found.

  • Polyroof's Protec system was chosen for Liberty Point, a large student accommodation building in Southampton.
  • The north east’s leading manufacturer of innovative packaged water and wastewater solutions has successfully secured a contract worth over £100k to deliver its leading solutions to a former country mobile park – Saltmarshe Castle Park – as part of an ambitious upgrade plan to convert the site into a fully residential location.

  • The UK’s largest temporary accommodation scheme has opened in London, using offsite techniques to provide homes for 290 people over the Christmas holidays.

  • The Government will be looking at how Britain's £13bn aid budget can be used to help prevent the devastation of marine life.

  • Government’s pledge to tackle productivity issues in the construction sector launched at ICE HQ.

  • InSite will enable timber frame manufacturers to install fully glazed, fully finished windows into wall panels as part of the factory production process.

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