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New Homes in Leeds Aire Valley

A further 700 new homes are being planned for the 170-acre Skelton Gate site within the Leeds Aire Valley, taking the total number of homes being built to 1,800. Templegate Developments Limited, the joint venture partnership of Evans Property Group and Keyland Developments, has submitted this planning application to Leeds City Council. The project first […]

Our homes are currently undergoing some important and exciting changes. The digital revolution is sweeping through them like a wildfire and the result is homes that are smarter, more efficient that don’t leave us to do all the hard work. With that in mind, here we investigate connectivity in the home.
Technology

Connectivity in the Home

Our homes are currently undergoing some important and exciting changes. The digital revolution is sweeping through them like a wildfire and the result is

Technology has transformed many different industries within the last few years and this is starting to become true for the construction industry.
Technology

What Does the Future of Construction Look Like?

Technology has transformed many different industries within the last few years and this is starting to become true for the construction industry. Nowadays,

Innovations are crucial in every industry for supporting business growth and success. Here Jake Sinna, vice president of international sales at surface preparation specialist National Flooring Equipment, explains why innovative technologies are important in surface preparation.
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Keeping tabs on innovation – The importance of innovative technologies in surface preparation

Innovations are crucial in every industry for supporting business growth and success. Here Jake Sinna, vice president of international sales at surface

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Leading in the field of building news reporting, Building Design & Construction Magazine is one of the most respected and referenced sources of building news, features, interviews, and thought leadership with sector-wide leading professionals, engineers, business owners and innovators.

Each monthly issue of Building Design & Construction Magazine is packed with the an assortment of building industry features, including interviews, conversations and contributions with many of the UK’s leading building industry professionals. Industries of focus include, but are not limited to: construction, property and facilities management, interior design and fitout, architecture, mechanical and electrical engineering, and corporate social responsibility across the complete industry spectrum.

With a combined print and online readership of 100,000 industry professionals, Building Design & Construction Magazine maintains a diverse trade readership, including people from all manner of building industry background. Traditional readers of the publication include company owners, directors, decision makers, and senior management at the very same core industries featured in the magazine. This provides a highly targeted focus for the publication, both within readership and the topic of content.

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