Builder Fined Following NAPIT’s Intervention

NAPIT has called for more prosecutions to be brought against electrical work which does not comply with Part P of the Building Regulations, after playing a key role in a conviction in South Gloucestershire by conducting a full Electrical Compliance Inspection. David Appleton was fined a total of over £8,000 Continue reading

The effect of LPG on affordable housing in the UK

In the UK, affordable housing and making sure that there are enough homes for the population is a pressing issue. Positive initiatives and efficient processes are needed to help the sector deliver the number of homes that Brits can pay for — which is where LPG energy is proving an Continue reading

gpad completes prime King’s Cross workspace

Architectural practice gpad london ltd has just completed Crinan Street, a refurbished, reconfigured Victorian diamond workshop. This creates 7,545 sq.ft. of prime open plan office space spanning six floors including basement conversion and an addition storey boasting a private roof terrace. The project has been shortlisted in the 2018 AJ Continue reading

Engineering Kew Garden’s largest refurbishment project

Ramboll’s work as lead designer and conservation engineer concluded as Temperate House, the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse, opened its doors on 5th May. Described as an “architectural wonder and horticulturists’ haven”, the public are once again able to enjoy Temperate House at the Royal Botanic Gardens (RBG) at Kew, following Continue reading

Consort Claudgen launches new Heat brochure

Consort Claudgen’s new Heat brochure is now available in print and online. The full-colour, 48-page product directory has been designed with ease of use in mind and to assist readers in selecting the right products for their heating requirements and application. It provides information and comprehensive explanation of various heating Continue reading