POS Landcare provide exit strategies for house builders and landowners to divest themselves of the liabilities and on-going maintenance of residual and non-developable land on completed sites and to provide an alternative to the traditional method of transferring public open space to Local Authorities.
Over one thousand building sites across the UK have now adopted the SiteStak System as a safer way to store, transport and cut below-ground drainage pipes. The innovative SiteStak workstation stores a quantity of drainage pipes in the back and has compartments for the different fittings on the front. This provides adequate storage for several days’ worth of drainage installation.
With the introduction of Part S Building Regulations, EV chargers will become standard within the housebuilder specification. GL’s EVIQ 7.3kW charging point offers a solution for developers as it meets all Part-S requirements including the Smart Charging Regulations coming into effect June 2022.
Housebuilders are looking for the simplest and most cost-effective way to meet the carbon reduction obligations that are fast approaching. And this is where the specification of renewable energy technology such as effective solar PV on roofscapes can play a central role in helping the sector meet the ambitious targets, set out by government.
The Interview Sue Scholfield, Vistry Western
Sue Scholfield, Vistry Western’s sales and marketing director, was crowned winner of 2021’s Housebuilder Star Award for calmly stepping up to regional acting md at the time of a merger followed by a pandemic. She talks to Suzie Mayes
In a sustainability and green agenda special, Suzie Mayes looks at how the supply industry is helping housebuilders meet upcoming regulatory changes and the demands of the Future Homes Standard and biodiversity
Healthy new homes design
Barbara Akinkunmi, assistant design manager at Lovell London, explains how good housing design can aid the health and wellbeing of young people
The requirements for water and nutrient neutrality are stalling planning permissions for thousands of homes. Mark Smulian looks at the issues and the possible solutions