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Wodensfield: Project profile

By: Rachael Doyle   •   July 20, 2016


refurbishment_hi-rise_render_brick

The striking finish on the newly refurbished Wodensfield is outstanding. One of two Hi-Rise building promoting the same design. Case study to follow.


ECO CONSULTATION: A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

By: Rachael Doyle   •   July 4, 2016


carbon emissions ECO Consultation

The publication, this week, of the ECO consultation for the 12 month transition period 2017 – 2018 should go some way to quashing the uncertainty that has been surrounding the solid wall insulation (SWI) supply chain, but there is still much more to be done.

Commenting on the proposals, Barrie Stanley, energy efficiency manager at Wetherby Building Systems, said: “DECC has listened to the industry’s call to focus on helping those in fuel poverty and it is good to see that it has retained a solid wall insulation minimum; however at a level of an estimated additional 17,500 properties
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EWI_Training_Course

Denbighshire County Council has recently partnered with Wetherby Building Systems and Willmott Dixon’s Energy Services in order to deliver a training course to unemployed individuals through their community benefit project IN2 Construction.

As part of this project Wetherby has successfully delivered a ‘Level 1 External Wall Insulation Boarding Applicator Course’ for jobseekers in a bid to enhance their prospects of gaining work on the energy efficiency programmes throughout North Wales.

The IN2 Construction scheme provided a week of theory based learning followed by a two week site placement with Willmott Dixon where they could experience different operational areas including
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