Monthly Archives: December 2013

Part 20 – 2nd Floor – Written by Gary King

Posted by Blog Team | Posted in The Self Build Journey | Posted on 27-12-2013

As our property was originally two flats, the second floor was made up of two damp and dark bedrooms; a living room of sorts; and a kitchen with a bathroom and toilet shoe-horned into the same space. One of the most unpleasant jobs of the entire build was to remove a fridge that looked like it had been in-situ since the early eighties. Unfortunately so did the food that it contained. Until you’ve seen a five year old Finders Pancake moulded into a packet of vintage fish cakes you’ve never lived!

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Have Your Say – Join The Debate!

Posted by Blog Team | Posted in Expertise, Sustainability | Posted on 09-12-2013

Saint-Gobain, the world leader in habitat and construction markets, are kicking off a series of monthly online debates exploring the most critical issues in construction tomorrow. The first debate starts at 10am and the question up for discussion will be ‘Is there a useful definition of a sustainable building?’  Read full article »

Posted by Blog Team | Posted in Community | Posted on 04-12-2013