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CPD Accredited Seminar Programme

Since the 2018 Show, the team at LANDSCAPE has been working hard to build its Seminar Programme for this year, with the determination to make it the best yet. Due the popularity of the seminars throughout the years, LANDSCAPE recognises the importance of putting on sessions which everyone can enjoy Continue reading

Protecting our privacy when using smart home tech

Laura Crombie, guest presenter of The Real Homes Show says: Smart assistants like Google Assistant and Alexa record what you say after you wake them up and then keep your recordings on their server until you delete them.  You can put the devices on mute so they aren’t recording your voice, Continue reading

Create cost effective falls on a flat roof

Tapered insulation can be retrofitted as part of the waterproofing system during the refurbishment of a flat roof where drainage falls are insufficient.  A tapered scheme is quick to install as the insulation upgrade and falls are applied in a single operation. Bauder has a patent-pending tapered insulation system, with Continue reading

Bespoke mezzanine floors

Doity Engineering Ltd is a family-owned engineering and design company based in Rochdale. Established in 1956, our principle business is the design, manufacture and installation of our unique Revlok mezzanine floor system to all parts of the U.K. We also take on general fabrication and have a range of travel Continue reading

Lytham St Annes College gets major revamp

Work to upgrade Lytham St Anne’s Technology & Performing Arts College (LSA) has now started and will see the construction of a state-of-the-art Design Technology (DT) building. The £5.6m refurbishment and development project is being delivered by regeneration and energy specialist ENGIE, on behalf of Lancashire County Council and LSA. Continue reading

Historic Birmingham Building Launches Next Phase Of Makeover

A ‘boutique’ theme is at the centre of a major refurbishment programme for Cornwall Buildings in Birmingham. The Grade II-listed building, which is owned by Bruntwood Works, is set to move into the next phase of its £1 million transformational refurbishment, introducing a scheme designed by the award-winning, Birmingham-based Associated Continue reading

APSS transforms first class lounge for Leeds LNER

Lincolnshire-based commercial interiors, fit out and construction firm APSS has completed refurbishment works on the London North Eastern Railway (LNER) first class lounge at Leeds train station – transforming the project from start to finish in just one week. The first class lounge has been designed in-line with the branding Continue reading

Graham O’Mahony re-elected as UKATA Chair

In an unprecedented move, the UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) has elected Graham O’Mahony as its Chair for a second term. Graham will be the only Chair to hold the position for two consecutive terms in the Association’s 10+ years’ history. Graham is supported in his role by Stuart Miller, Continue reading

Wren it graduates begin journey to success

A journey to a successful career began last week for Wren Kitchens graduates as they started the new IT Academy. The number one kitchen retailer attracted applicants far and wide from across the world including Thailand as well as 20 different universities across the UK. Nine successful applicants have fledged Continue reading