A survey of social housing tenants has been published as part of a white paper, ‘Fire Safety: Time to Shut the Door on Risk’, by fire door specialists JELD-WEN.
As the energy crisis gather pace, households are increasingly likely to be in the position where they are unable to afford to properly heat their homes this winter. Vent Axia has more…
As the energy crisis continues and households face rising bills, many vulnerable social housing residents are unable to afford adequate heating. This article comes from Airtech…
A recent survey into fire safety in social housing carried out by Housing Management and Maintenance magazine reported that 95% of respondents named fire doors as the most important fire safety product and more than half cited broken fire doors as the main reason for properties failing fire safety assessments. Samuel Heath explain more…
Lo-Carbon Revive 7 fans from leading British ventilation manufacturer, Vent-Axia, are proving crucial in a social housing disrepair case.
Encasement’s pre-formed plywood casings have been the preferred solution for social housing RMI for decades and this continues to be the case.
Never before has there been such a great opportunity to raise the bar on quality in terms of offsite construction and MMC, explains Hush.
Encasement Ltd’s range of pipe boxing and casing solutions for social housing continues to be in high demand
Langley Structures Ltd has welcomed the updates to the Permitted Development (PD) rules that will allow increased utilisation of upward extensions to provide much needed social housing.
Wrightstyle has begun work on a project to enhance the fire safety of a 1950s social housing block in Bristol.