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Muse and Schroders approve funding deal at Cheadle Royal

Muse Developments has secured a funding deal, as Schroders Regional Office Property Unit Trust agrees to acquire a new scheme currently under construction at Cheadle Royal.
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Gloucester architect fined £1,500 for unprofessional conduct

The Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) has issued architect Gordon Simpson of Art Hand Ltd, with a penalty order of £1,500 following unacceptable professional conduct.
Secondary glazing, Selectaglaze

Security secondary glazing: The unseen levels of security

Selectaglaze secondary glazing can provide an unseen level of security to any property. It creates a second barrier of protection from the inside that can prevent the most determined thief or protect the occupants from the effects of bomb blast.
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Construction workers detained in counter-fraud operations

Seven construction workers have been detained on suspicion of working in Britain illegally during unannounced counter-fraud visits by CITB, police and the Home Office.
BIM Workflow, dual strategy, BIM,

Structural Design in the BIM Workflow

BIM Workflow: Have you adopted a ‘dual strategy’ approach? What are the important factors when choosing the right structural design tool for the job?
Sydskogen School, Kebony wood, Swan Eco-label

Norwegian school passes strict environmental standards

e Sydskogen School, a public school in Norway has become the first to achieve the highly regarded Nordic Swan Eco-label.
Modular Construction, affordability,

Can modular construction improve affordability?

Can modular construction improve affordability? The simple answer is yes, but, when it comes to modular construction, there are a lot more benefits involved than just cutting costs.
VAT in construction

VAT in construction

This ebook from construction finance specialist Aldermore Bank breaks down how the new reverse VAT system will work and why it is being implemented to combat possible fraud and make the collection of VAT more efficient.
ambulatory care, offsite,

Pushing the boundaries of offsite construction for emergency care

Raymond Millar, construction director at McAvoy Group, looks at how a new ambulatory care facility was delivered in Northumbria in less than a year – an unprecedented programme for the scale and complexity of the project.
Palace of Westminster restoration and renewal, Mike Brown

Mike Brown to oversee Palace of Westminster restoration and renewal

Mike Brown MVO has been announced as the chair of the shadow Delivery Authority Board, which will oversee the execution of the Palace of Westminster restoration and renewal.
tidal stream energy sector, Interreg project

‘Game-changing’ tidal energy project gets the green light

Interreg France (Channel) England Programme has approved the largest ever Interreg project that could be game-changing for the European tidal stream energy sector.
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Case study: Raining’s Stairs social housing development, Inverness

The Raining’s Stairs development provides high-quality social housing that has helped transform a long-vacant site in Inverness city centre.
High Street, Northern Quarter, regeneration,

£79m Manchester High Street scheme gets the go-ahead

The £79m proposal for the regeneration of 20-36 High Street in Manchester has gained a resolution to grant detailed planning permission by Manchester City Council’s planning committee.
DT Hub, CDBB

CDBB appoints BSI to create hub for digital twin users

The Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) has appointed the British Standards Institution (BSI) as hub facilitators for the Digital Twin Hub (DT Hub).

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