Nicola Dale

Bancon Homes Shortlisted as a Finalist for Three 2022 Scottish Home Awards

Luxury homebuilder, Bancon Homes is pleased to announce that it has been shortlisted as a finalist for three 2022 Scottish Home Awards, the winners of which will be announced on 23 June. The nominations are for its Aden Meadows development in Mintlaw where it is a finalist in the House of the Year and Housing …

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Colour specialist reveals what themes to use to spark various emotions

Miller Homes has partnered with abstract artist and colour specialist, Furrah Syed, to provide advice for homeowners looking to create their own emotional paradise in their spare room: 1 – If you want a room to relax in: In the last three months there has been an increase in Google searches of: –        49% for …

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LEXiCON project takes a significant step

LEXiCON project takes a significant step toward a common approach to construction product information: The Government’s Construction Playbook has called for the sector to harmonise, rationalise and digitise to improve its safety, sustainability and productivity The conclusion of LEXiCON’s first phase is a major step towards creating trustworthy and reliable, digital structured product information in …

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Does the Queen’s Speech Deliver on Levelling-up and Planning Reform

There is a lot to say on the content, or lack of it, of the Queen’s Speech. The Planning Bill is officially dead. In its place we are promised a Levelling-Up and Regeneration Bill, which ‘refocuses’ the Government’s Planning Reform Agenda to support the Levelling-Up Agenda. What does this actually mean? From what we have heard …

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