Off-site Building Construction – Collapse and Regeneration
Off-site construction is back in fashion. Despite its chequered history, social landlords are increasingly turning to the benefits now offered by this method of building to help tackle the housing shortage.
LHC to be Represented on BSi Furniture Committee
LHC’s Technical Manager, Jim Noble has been invited to sit on the British Standards Institute (BSi) Domestic and Contract Furniture Standards Committee which incorporates standards for kitchen cabinets and worktops.
New Report Suggests Off-site Building Could Be The Solution To The Housing Crisis
A new report from the Institute of Mechanical Engineers calls on the government to provide incentives to encourage off-site construction of new homes.
Windows: A Journey From Draughty Single Glazing to Vital Thermal Barriers
Turn back the clock to 1966. LHC is formed, Harold Wilson’s Labour Party is in power and trade union barons exercise formidable control over the country’s industrial output. It’s also the year England wins the World Cup.
LHC Lead Housing Panel Discussion At CIH Housing
LHC were pleased with the turnout at this year's CIH Housing where LHC's John Skivington led a panel discussion “Delivering the Government’s housing target through off-site construction” at this year's CIH Housing 2015 conference and exhibition in Manchester.
Offsite Solution for Affordable New Homes
"Off-site manufacturing techniques offer a solution for getting good quality, affordable new homes built more quickly". This was the focus of an article written by LHC Director, John Skivington, for Inside Housing magazine.
New Legionella and Water Treatment Framework Tender Commences
With legionella continuing to be found in buildings, there is an ongoing need to protect and control both residential and business premises to ensure public safety.
New look, new website for LHC
LHC has launched a new website and refreshed its brand as it prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2016.
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