Homeowners urged to choose affiliated roofer

The NFRC has urged homeowners to choose quality over price after survey shows roofers viewed as untrustworthy

Dr Barbara Lane’s report adds strength to DHF’s campaign

Dr Lane gave evidence to the Grenfell public inquiry

Dame Judith Hackitt meets chemical engineer to discuss fire safety

The duo discussed their respective reports for UK government on the fire safety of buildings and building materials

Almost one in three UK rental properties deemed unfit for human...

The Decent Homes Standard is a set of criteria put forward by the government to regulate the condition of all council and housing association homes

Safer by co-operation

New agreement will make buildings safer by design

Timber frame market grows share in 2018

Timber housebuilding going from strength to strength whilst commercial timber construction experiences more challenging trading conditions

Consultation launched on banning combustible cladding

James Brokenshire, the Housing Secretary has announced a consultation on banning the use of combustible materials on the external walls of high-rise residential buildings

Green Infrastructure conference for built environment sector launches next week

Built environment experts from across Europe will descend on London next week for one of the UK’s first industry-wide conferences on green infrastructure.

£22m fund allocated to boost construction skills

Today, Skills Minister, Anne Milton announced a £22 million construction training fund to help tackle the skills shortage

Builders and roofers considered least trustworthy tradespeople

A survey undertaken by Which? shows that only 53% of people trusted builders