Report calls for immediate action on indoor air pollution

Report calls for immediate action on indoor air pollution

Poor indoor air quality in UK homes is at a scale and magnitude that needs immediate national-level attention and action, concluded a recent report with contributions from the Royal College of Physicians, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, the BRE and the ARCC network.   The report was published following

Mini-Greenhouses: The Key to Gardening with Limited Space

Mini-Greenhouses: The Key to Gardening with Limited Space

Unfortunately for most urban residents they find themselves hard-pressed to exercise their green thumbs in the city, due to the fact that the majority have less space to than their rural counterparts. The good news is that urban gardeners can now set up their own mini-greenhouses so they can nurture

Kingspan adds premium touch to luxury development

Kingspan Kooltherm

A stylish development in the heart of London is the latest project to benefit from the excellent thermal efficiency of products from the Kingspan Kooltherm range.   Fitzroy Place has been constructed on the 3-acre site of the old Middlesex Hospital. The original site was completely flattened aside from the chapel and

Make a date in your diary for Clayfest 2017

Clayfest 2017

CLAYFEST June 12th to 17th 2017 The renaissance of earth building in the UK reflects not only the beauty and utility of the material but also the pressures of rising building costs and the need for lower energy use and waste in building products. This is Earth Building UK and Ireland, EBUKI’s

Public urged to avoid birds’ nests during building work

Housemartins

As birds begin to nest this spring, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and the Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime (PAW Scotland) are reminding the public to be aware that birds are vulnerable at this time of year and destroying or damaging a nest while it’s in use is illegal and