Isolergrund Q&A: Modular Pre-Cast Building Foundations

We’ve been speaking exclusively to one of the sponsors of our upcoming Offsite & MMC Conference. Isolergrund is a modular, pre-cast building foundation system that is constructed from precisely dimensioned , fibre-reinforced concrete beam elements , bonded and layered thermal insulation, gas and vapour sealing materials and a controllable negative pressure device… Q. How does […]

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Be First: Utilising MMC To Deliver 50,000 Homes & 20,000 Jobs

Be First – working in partnership with the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham – is at the heart of London’s eastward growth, attracting developers and investors to the most affordable and accessible opportunities in the whole of the South East. With 400-hectares of development land, they’re planning to build 50,000 high quality new homes […]

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1,000 Job Opportunities To Be Highlighted At Recruitment Fair

A virtual recruitment fair is set to be held in January to help tackle unemployment, with over 1,000 job opportunities set to be highlighted. The event, staged by Built Environment Networking which provides events in the construction and property industry, is the second such event after a hugely successful inaugural recruitment fair where over 300 […]

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Port of London Authority – Helping Maximise Opportunities Across The Capital’s Global River

The Port of London Authority’s operations cover 95 miles of the River Thames – and they play a crucial role in the many areas from commercial and leisure, to economic growth and sustainability. We recently spoke to them about their work and the exciting opportunities that can be unlocked across London’s Ports. Q. The move to containerisation had a […]

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Inland Homes: Delving Into The Transformational £600m Cavalry Barracks Scheme

Inland Homes is an award winning specialist house builder and brownfield developer, dedicated to achieving excellence in sustainability and design. One of their flagship schemes is the £600m Cavalry Barracks project in Hounslow. We’ve been discussing the scheme with Inland Homes – from their retention of historical assets to affordable housing and sustainability… Q: You’re behind […]

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West Midlands: Cementing Its Place As A 5G Leader

West Midlands 5G spoke recently at our Midlands Development Conference – and we’ve been speaking to them about the potential of 5G, how it’ll act as a catalyst for development and the opportunities it presents to the region: Q. How will the advent of 5G have a transformative impact on Britain and the West Midlands […]

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AberInnovation: “The New Kid On The Block” Discusses Their Impressive New Innovation Campus

Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus (AberInnovation) provides world-leading facilities and expertise within the biotechnology, agri-tech, and food and drink sectors. Set in stunning scenery between the Cambrian Mountains and the Irish Sea, their recently opened £40.5m Campus offers an ideal environment for business and academic collaboration to flourish. We’ve been speaking to them about how the […]

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Gentoo Gets Approved For 6 Housing Development Sites

Sunderland City Council has given Gentoo Group the go-ahead to develop 170 affordable homes across the city – spanning six different development sites. Gentoo – who’re speaking at the upcoming North East Development Conference – are planning to build 900 homes in the region for rent and shared ownership by 2024, with these initial approved […]

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44-Acre Site To Be Transformed By HBD

HBD – formerly Henry Boot Developments – are set to bring forward a transformational scheme in the West Midlands. The Phoenix 10 regenerating project has this week seen Walsall Council and Homes England exchange contracts with HBD to enable to them develop the 44-acre former copper works site which has been derelict for 20 years. […]

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