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Responsive repairs and reactive maintenance is often regarded as the Cinderella of the construction industry, due to its relatively low risk and perceptions of low contract value. However, the reverse is true.
John Forde (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
SLH’s reputation for innovation is bolstered by the numbers of women working in technical and managerial roles within SLH.
Julie Fadden (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
Never has the role of registered social landlords been more important. Pressure for more housing, affordable, in the right place to meet the right need is real, whilst the great and the good posture over whether or not the sector ‘can meet the challenge’
Martin Carey (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM 2007) were one year old in April. What effects have they had?
Paul Reeve (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
The existing housing stock in England accounts for 27% of national carbon dioxide emissions. Despite this, a standard remains to be introduced to tackle emissions from the existing housing stock of some 22,000,000 homes which represent the main challenge.
Paul Ciniglio (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
Wolverhampton Homes in partnership with British Gas/Wolverhampton City Council is using grant funding to target delivery of their energy efficiency programme.
Shaun Aldis (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
BS7671: 2008 Requirements for Electrical Installations, more commonly known as the IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition was published in January 2008 and comes into force on 1st July 2008.
Stephen Plant (2008 - See all articles from 2008)
Earlier this year, the NHF published Your Place or Mine? a new good practice guide to resident involvement and property services.. What is the key message of the guide and how does it result in work improvements?
Tony Trott (2008 - See all articles from 2008)