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Pegasus Group secures consent for 195 homes on appeal

Outline planning permission has been secured on appeal to build 195 homes in the Leicestershire village of Sileby, with Charnwood Borough Council ordered to pay partial costs. National consultancy Pegasus Group successfully secured the consent on behalf of Hallam Land... View Article

SterlingOSB – a work of art

Norbord’s SterlingOSB is ever increasing in popularity; and not just in timber frame kits where the beauty of the strands is covered. The “bare” engineered wood panel is now seen everywhere in retail displays, office refurbishments, restaurant bars and seating,... View Article

Tips for slip-proofing your premises

Slip, trips and falls are the most common accident reported in the workplace. The law states that: Employers must ensure the health and safety of all employees and anyone who may be affected by their work under The Health and... View Article

2018 RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist announced

The shortlist for the prestigious 2018 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building has been announced. The shortlist of six exceptional buildings comprises student housing, an office building, cemetery, art gallery, lecture theatre and a nursery school. The... View Article

Aspen Pumps appoints Kelly Butler as Marketing Director

Aspen Pumps, the global pace setter in design, manufacture and distribution of condensate removal pumps and ACR ancillaries, is delighted to announce the appointment of Kelly Butler as Group Marketing Director. Kelly’s appointment underlines Aspen’s commitment to push towards the... View Article

With great height, comes great responsibility

ROCKWOOL RAINSCREEN DUO SLAB® has been installed on a new high rise building in Manchester to provide a fire safety solution that also delivers reliable thermal performance and superior acoustics. In March 2016, construction began on a new high rise... View Article

Through the looking glass

A key trend in external and internal architecture is towards glass balustrades. While the aesthetics are unarguably very appealing, there are a number of considerations for specifiers to be aware of. Simon Boocock, Managing Director of CRL takes a look.... View Article
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