Many good developers have more opportunities than they have cash available, and miss out when funds are tied up on other projects, says lender Go Develop.
Continuing its theme of “building more affordable homes” the BLG Development Finance team says it has funded a 268-unit urban regeneration scheme in Leeds. Phase 1 of 85 units commenced in May 2017 and is scheduled for delivery in early 2018.
Cellecta, the UK’s manufacturer of acoustic and thermal insulation, has launched its latest product range to its Acoustic range with the introduction of RUBBERfon ULTRATOP & RUBBERfon IMPACT.
Coloured PVCu profiles represent a “high demand design” opportunity as home owners now seek more differentiation in their choice of windows, according to Eurocell.
Clos-o-Mat, the British-based manufacturer of the Clos-o-Mat range of bidet (wash & dry) toilets, says it has introduced a new range, designed to enable elderly and disabled people to have a “stylish” bathroom that can be easily adapted, evolved to meet immediate, and future, needs.
Birtleys’ Supatherm gives architects, housebuilders and structural engineers’ access to a “truly customisable solution” to achieve significant reductions in building fabric heat loss, Birtley claims.
Cembrit is entering the UK market with a new fibre cement weatherboard – Cembrit Plank. “Extremely versatile, low in maintenance, and rot, rust, warp, crack, sun, heat, rain and fire resistant, this board is an excellent alternative to timber and plastic based alternatives,” it claims.
Nearly 50,000 Brookhurst handmade plain clay roofing tiles protect a Scandia-Hus residence in West Sussex.
Ventilation designer Nuaire has introduced a new range of in-line carbon filters that remove the highest levels of nitrogen dioxide from the air, as verified by the BRE, Nuaire claims. IAQ-BOX removes up to 99.5% of NO2, and up to 80% of harmful Particulate Matter, the main by-products of traffic fumes and industrial pollution.