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interest on savings accounts and borrowing rates being so low investors are looking for new and innovative schemes to make their money grow faster, one of the latest phenomenons is "Crowd Funding" which has seen a huge surge in people looking to invest in construction projects not just in the UK but around the world. Crowd Funding allows investors to buy into a range of projects, they can use any amount too, not just millions but thousands,

duce the demand on fresh water in a home they cam up with Part G of Building Regulations, Part G is designed to limit the amount of drinking quality water that is used in a new home, there are several criteria depending on local planning conditions. The requirements are as follows, although initially designed to work in conjunction with The Code for Sustainable Homes which is now no longer a requirement for new homes.

ir designs are struggling to get through the latest version of Part L1A, the new notional standards for new build homes are considerably more stringent than in SAP 2010, with the introduction of new FEE (Fabric Energy Efficiency) targets the government is hoping to encourage builders and developers to build more energy efficient homes but with a requirement of a fabric first approach.

g than an ordinary roof:the roofing replacement with solar energy gathering powers does indeed look great. It’s a far cry from the obvious and somewhat weird aftermarket panels you see applied to roofs after the fact today.

a Written Ministerial Statement that was to outline the conclusion of the governments Housing Standards Review, a result of this review was the withdrawal of the Code for Sustainable Homes as a national standard with immediate effect,

oken to a builder about insulation – thermal bridges are essentially places in the home where insulation is not continuous and so heat loss is much higher in that specific spot.

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