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H+H is participating in a project trialling different methods of meeting the energy performance required by the Future Homes standard.
Will masonry building be the future? A thought provoking look into the answer
After the overwhelmingly positive Spring Budget, there were high hopes for what the Autumn Budget had in store for construction.
One of the short-term changes we can implement on our journey to becoming a net zero company is investing in vehicle fuel that emits less CO2 and the adoption of electric vehicles.
From the Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission through to the recently announced Office for Place, there is plenty of evidence to say that placemaking is finally being taken seriously. H+H has been a supporter of the concept for years.
Safety is always top of the agenda at H+H and a new focus on mental health recognises that not all illnesses are visible.
Extension of Edwardian home using Celcon Blocks creates more space with added warmth and sound insulation.
The experience of working with the wind turbine at our Pollington plant gives a glimpse of future factory solutions.
An urgent need to design new homes to be resistant to overheating and flooding is highlighted by the Climate Change Committee. So why build new homes out of lightweight materials?
Cameron and Claire Whitlie have lived in their Victorian terraced home in Kingston-upon-Thames for almost thirty years.
We’ve proved we can build houses that use zero carbon in operation. Now we’re looking at embodied carbon – a new challenge for manufacturers
Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) are accepted as the most efficient measurement of a material’s sustainability credentials – but are they robust enough?
The top-quality finish of two new detached houses constructed with H+H Thin Joint is so good that the contractor, Dean Derrick, decided to buy one for his own family home.
A £150 million Government fund to support self-build housing aims to stimulate growth in this under-appreciated sector.
Lovell Homes is experiencing the full speed benefits of using the i-House offsite building solution.
i-HouseTM, the offsite system based on aircrete, has won the Best Building Fabric category of the Housebuilder Product Awards for the second time.
Our initiative to eliminate working from height has won a major Health and Safety Award
H+H Group has committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 and to join the UN Global Compact.
SME housebuilder Autograph Homes chose the RäBuild system from H+H, based on Thin-Joint construction, to bring the speed of MMC to a site of character homes with natural stone facades.
H+H is proud to announce its role as a Founding Partner of the Unlock Net Zero initiative, launched in February 2021.
The recent Building Futures Event saw MHCLG representatives give an idea of what to expect in changes to Building Regulations. It’s certainly ambitious.
The budget sets the scene for continued robust demand for new homes, with better access for first-time buyers
Our storey-high aircrete panels have been reviewed by NHBC experts and are now part of the NHBC Accepts scheme.
Our aircrete MMC solutions have built over 8,000 homes in the UK, and that number is building every day.
Partnerships are tested by adversity and we were particularly keen to see the results of our 2020 customer survey.
Government plans to regulate product performance should give us all pause for thought.
If we thought meeting the need for net new homes was tricky, just wait till we consider a rolling replacement programme.
H+H’s Cliff Fudge to chair Q&A session with MCHLG on the proposed changes to Building Regulations relating to the Future Homes Standard
It’s the speed and convenience of the Celfix mortar used in Thin-Joint construction that made it first choice for Advanced Building and Restoration Ltd, currently working on three bungalows in Huncoat, Lancashire.
A new, 2,240m2, religious building near Birmingham is being constructed using a lightweight steel frame structure with H+H Celcon Blocks used as a thermally efficient, durable and fire-resistant infill material.
The economic value of manufacturing is in sharp focus in these challenging times points out Sales and Marketing Director Matthew Carter.
H+H External Affairs Director Cliff Fudge reviews progress on the Future Homes Standard