Research commissioned by Saint-Gobain UK & Ireland shows the public’s interest levels in the home environment and how the current issues in the home centre around health and wellbeing.
A detailed study of 3,000 people found that 90% of homeowners and renters want a home that doesn’t compromise their health and wellbeing, while almost 30% would be prepared to pay more for a home that doesn’t compromise their health and wellbeing.
Since 2008 the number of new households in the UK has continued to exceed the number of new homes built, giving rise to the current shortage in housing supply, and creating the urgent need for a period of sustained development within new house building.
The Government has set two clear targets in relation to house building supply; to deliver 1 million new homes by 2020, and to provide 240,000 homes in 2016.
In the need to identify suitable land, the safe development of housing on brownfield sites will be fundamental in achieving the objectives set by government. A. Proctor Group Ltd has over twenty years’ experience in providing solutions for the safe development of brownfield land, and has extended its range of ground gas protection products to include Protech VOC Flex, a new and innovative solution in membrane technology, specifically to make the development of these sites safer and easier.
Metrotile is the industry leading lightweight steel roofing system. Weighing just one seventh of traditional roof materials, Metrotile packs security, installation and sustainability benefits into a tile that is just .450mm thick, backed by a forty year guarantee and accreditations and certifications including BBA, ISO14001 and our brand new LABC Registration.
Metrotile has recently put a short film together entitled “Metrotile: An Inside Look” where they peel back the curtain and give insight into the manufacturing of The Future Proof roof and the benefits to using lightweight steel roofing over other roofing materials.