Schöck explores a rare case where permission has been granted to demolish a Grade I listed Nash terrace and convert it back to the residential use for which the early 19th century building was intended. One of the key considerations with the new development was to prevent thermal bridging along the parapets.
As underfloor heating (UFH) systems enjoy a resurgence, Panel Systems takes a look at what is behind the increased demand.
Interphone, the leading security and building systems integrator, has teamed up with some of its key suppliers to showcase the latest developments in security products and technology available for the commercial residential and hotel sectors. The event will cover a wide range of management and control solutions including door entry, CCTV cameras, access control and automated gates, providing an interactive experience with live demonstrations from industry experts.
Andrew Mitton from building services engineering contractor, Proline, discusses the issue of overheating in contemporary residential developments and reveals the cooling solution developed by Proline for a new residential tower currently on site in Manchester.
Billed as a ‘new London’, a ‘blank slate’ and an ‘almost island’ opportunity to create a completely different urban environment, the Greenwich Peninsula masterplan is possibly the most ambitious regeneration project the UK has ever seen.