Boris “has once in generation chance to transform buildings”

A new government team led by Boris Johnson “has an unprecedented opportunity to dramatically shift policy on the built environment”, BESA stated today

London homes put at risk of central heating fires

Some 336,000 households in London at risk from potentially dangerous boilers, as London Fire Brigade attends a central heating related fire almost every week

Triton surveys nation of shower multitaskers

Latest research from Triton Showers has revealed that the UK is a nation of shower multitaskers

Plumbers too busy for time off

A Glow-worm survey reveals nearly a third of gas engineers and plumbers’ workloads prevent them from taking time off

Industry urged to act against legionnaires disease

Legionella is continuing to pose a prevalent risk to public health in England and Wales

Challenges for rural landlords

Changes to energy efficiency standards for rented homes could disproportionally affect rural landlords

Research shows basic repair skills gap

Young Brits haven’t been taught basic home repair skills, according to new research

Style over safety: Brits prioritise redecorating over safety

New research by Gas Safe Register has found that the general safety of the home, including the condition of the boiler and appliances, falls low on the list of priorities for most homebuyers

Promotion boost for Stelrad brand specialists

Stelrad is celebrating the fourth year of the launch of its brand specialists team by promoting four of the team to senior brand specialists

New APHC president to continue collective lobbying

In his inaugural speech as the president of APHC Richard Perrins spoke about the reasons why he believes installers and manufacturers should be members