Chapman Taylor recently unveiled what it describes as a “high-quality modular residential format” for the UK market.
Using volumetric, off-site technology, Chapman Taylor is working with off-site manufacturer CIMC, and its patented modular system, to deliver 1-, 2- and 3-bed apartments within medium to high-rise developments.
Chapman Taylor’s Interiors team worked closely with CIMC to create the concept design and full specification for the homes, which fully meet National Space Standards.
Moreover the off-site method can help to reduce material waste by between 50% and 90%, compared to traditional construction methods. Modular buildings generate less heat and temperature, which contribute less to global warming.
Chapman Taylor recently completed the refurbishment of the food hall at Nový Smíchov in Prague. The 7,200sqm hall hosts 22 food concepts, 15 of which are new.
Gleeson has today reported strong demand for low-cost homes, providing a statement ahead of its AGM. The average selling price on new reservations since the start of the financial year was 12% higher than in the same period last year.
While the construction sector continues to experience availability and cost pressures with respect to labour and materials, Gleeson Homes has worked closely with its suppliers and subcontractors and continued building on all its sites.
Land continues to be available at sensible prices and the pipeline remains strong. Gleeson Homes has a land pipeline of 15,384 plots…