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A light touch
Following a lengthy consultation process, a teacher-led design has resulted in an architecturally innovative primary school in Kent
Trends hit the floor from Huddersfield
Surface Design students from the University of Huddersfield were front and centre at the international 2014 Flooring Show
Taking sustainability seriously
UK universities are set to embrace sustainability in the curriculum with new guidelines outlined this month
October edition of IET is out now!
The October issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Keeping up appearances
Saving energy in schools doesn’t have to mean a drop in light quality, say Colin Lawson from Tamlite Lighting
Student housing project for Norwich
Alumno’s new student housing and community development set to transform the Norwich bus station area
Work starts on Warrington free school
GB Building Solutions is on site on former playing fields in Woolston where the new King’s Leadership Academy is taking shape
Poets' Corner in Huddersfield
Poet Lemn Sissay MBE's work, 'Let there be peace', has been engraved on the University's Creative Arts Building
Weathering the storm
Steve Chatwin-Grindey from DeepRoot looks at the benefits of retrofitting sustainable urban drainage systems
Face-to-face at the forum
The Education Facilities Forum returns to Oxfordshire later this month for a packed two days of seminars and one-to-one meetings
ET Oct/Nov edition out now
The October/November edition of Education Technology magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Supporting world-class universities
The HE sector is perfectly poised to grow and drive the UK’s economic prosperity says Professor Shamit Saggar at UPP
Mind your language!
The Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) publishes 'Spotlight on...' initiative focusing on offensive language in construction industry
Combining the old with the new
Refurbishing ancient university buildings holds a number of challenges. UB spoke to property consultancy Bidwells to find out more
Supplier Focus

Keep the noise down

James Clark, commercial director of Airdri, looks at how universities can benefit from reducing noise sustainably

Cost vs value

Replacing an atmospheric boiler with a more efficient and environmentally friendly system can be expensive, but there are long-term benefits

A multi-billion investment

Jon Wakeford, Group Director, Strategy and Communication at UPP, looks at developing public/private partnerships within HE

Land of opportunity

Schools can now look to their own land assets as a means of raising much-needed capital, writes Willy Browne-Swinburne

Play it safe

Ensuring that play is safe means regularly inspecting and maintaining play equipment, says Deborah Holt

A concrete example

The benefits of pre-cast concrete became evident during the construction of the country’s first university training school in Birmingham

Keeping up appearances

Saving energy in schools doesn’t have to mean a drop in light quality, say Colin Lawson from Tamlite Lighting

Laws on the doors

Failure to fit adequate fire doors could see you winding up in court, facing a heavy fine or even doing time in prison, warns Neil Ashdown

And now the weather ...

The importance of protecting the built environment from weather damage is being brought into focus by the Resilience14 conference

Weathering the storm

Steve Chatwin-Grindey from DeepRoot looks at the benefits of retrofitting sustainable urban drainage systems

Face-to-face at the forum

The Education Facilities Forum returns to Oxfordshire later this month for a packed two days of seminars and one-to-one meetings

November edition of IET is out now!

The November issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store