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Carillion: The fallout begins

Trade body Build UK has issued a statement which estimates that over 25,000 businesses are owed money by Carillion and The Federation of Small Businesses said thousands of jobs are now at risk within those firms. Rudi Klein, head of… Continue Reading →

Triple Point Social Housing acquires 60 units of supported housing for £10.7m

The Board of Triple Point Social Housing plc has announced that they have completed the acquisitions of 10 supported housing properties, comprising 60 units in total, for an aggregate purchase price of approximately £10.7 million (excluding costs). The properties are… Continue Reading →

Carillion goes into liquidation. Thousands of jobs, government contracts and pensions at risk

The move came after talks between the construction, refurbishment and maintenance firm, its lenders and the government failed to reach a deal to save the UK’s second biggest company in these sectors. The failure of the company will mean that… Continue Reading →

Bright future for Singleton Environment Centre

An award-winning environment centre in Ashford, which set new standards in green design and construction when it opened 10 years ago, has a bright future thanks to an agreement between Ashford Borough Council and Great Chart with Singleton Parish Council… Continue Reading →

New R32 models expand wall-mounted offering

Mitsubishi Electric has launched additional R32 models with the new MSZ-AP range of wall-mounted units that blend energy efficiency with a modern, white design. “These three new models give even more choice for installers and make R32 available for even… Continue Reading →

Creating a bright, light new space for South Devon listed property

The clients of this project, like many, wanted to create a better, more practical kitchen-dining space for everyday family life and for entertaining friends in their Listed property based in South Devon. A single storey rear portion of the building… Continue Reading →

Concrete homes: Are they back in fashion?

In the past 100 years, the British public have developed a love-hate relationship with concrete. We say “concrete monstrosity” to describe an unpleasant, soulless place; and “concrete jungle” to describe a stressful, grey cityscape with no fresh air or green spaces…. Continue Reading →

“Refurbishment work” cause of devastating Bristol University fire Investigators say

The Bristol University fire that tore through the roof of a historic building was caused by refurbishment works taking place earlier in the day, the fire service has said. Around 50 firefighters from the Avon Fire and Rescue Service tackled… Continue Reading →


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