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More success for hemp and lime products  Rate it
More success for hemp and lime products A timber-based and low carbon offsite panellised building system from Hemcrete Projects – part of the Lime Technology Group – is continuing to receive acclaim from across the UK construction industry, after several high profile installations recently. read more...read more...

End grain tiles - a new use for small native timber  4.00
End grain tiles - a new use for small native timber A design specialist based in Wales has been appointed to lead an exciting project to develop a new flooring system that uses end grain tiles from sustainable hardwood or softwood in Powys, Wales. Dylan Jones, 39, from Caersws, will head up the two-and-a-half year Coed Cymru project that has secured funding from the Welsh Assembly Government and European Union under the Supply Chain Efficiency Scheme, which is part of the Rural Development Plan for Wales. read more...read more...

Sustainable Welsh timber building system wins awards  Rate it
Sustainable Welsh timber building system wins awards An innovative modular building system for affordable housing that uses sustainable Welsh wood has won five awards as it prepares for a major showcase in the United States. Ty Unnos (house built in one night), which began as a collaborative project by Coed Cymru, the Design Research Unit at the Welsh School of Architecture (WSA) and Bangor University two years ago, has clinched the awards for innovation, sustainability and design. read more...read more...

A Royal Visit for Second Nature  3.75
A Royal Visit for Second Nature Second Nature UK Ltd, the Cumbrian based ecological insulation expert, was the centre of attention recently when it hosted a special visit by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and high profile business leaders. The visit formed part of His Royal Highness’s ‘Seeing is Believing’ initiative, which arranges opportunities for business leaders to witness first-hand the difference that businesses can make in tackling issues affecting Britain’s companies, ranging from the environment to rural decline. read more...read more...

Green Building Store wins Queen's Award  Rate it
Green Building Store wins Queen's Award Elderflower champagne corks were popping today at Heath House Mill as Green Building Store celebrated winning a Queen's Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development 2009. The company's 'pioneering approach to sustainability' and commitment to delivering 'cutting edge sustainable products' has been particularly praised. read more...read more...

New apartments at BRE park aim for Code level 6  4.00
New apartments at BRE park aim for Code level 6 Work has started on a Code for Sustainable Homes Level 6 four storey apartment block complete with an M&S Simply Food store which will form part of the Phase II expansion of the BRE Innovation Park. read more...read more...
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