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Product manufacturers must regain confidence, but industry already has an appetite for change

The publication of Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety issued an important and resounding call for change across the entire construction industry. A number of challenges were identified about how we ensure our buildings keep people safe.

By Peter Caplehorn at 26 Mar 2019

Labour’s Green Paper: Housing For the Many

Last week saw the publication of Labour’s Green Paper on social housing. Like all good housing announcements, it came with a big number target – 1 million “genuinely affordable” homes over ten years. And like recent housing papers from the incumbent government, it wasn’t short on proposals to shake-up delivery.

By Rebecca Larkin at 24 Apr 2018

CE Marking Redux

It has been one year since CE marking under the Construction Products Regulation (“CPR”) became mandatory on 1 July 2013, and the construction industry has faced the most significant change for a decade in the way in which construction products are sold in Europe.

By Duncan King at 2 Jul 2014

Green and BIM – why BIM won’t drive green construction (yet)

[John Tebbit, Deputy Chief Exec of the Association, is a regular contributor to Building Magazine. This blog was originally posted on 14 January 2014 for that publication and can be read there in its entirety.] *** There are some who see BIM as helping to drive green construction. I disagree.

By John Tebbit at 14 Jan 2014

A building is not just for Christmas, it’s for life

[John Tebbit, Deputy Chief Exec of the Association, is a regular contributor to Building Magazine. This blog was originally posted on 17 December 2013 for that publication and can be read there in its entirety.] …To be an environmentally conscious builder or designer, I think you need to be first a good builder or designer, one who knows about and understands the materials, the basic ways that buildings work and people behave. The latter point is often overlooked.

By Administrator at 17 Dec 2013

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