H&V News: May 2016Subscription
In the first bumper edition of H&V News incorporating RAC magazine, we carry a host of news and features, including: an examination of the renewables market, in the light of policy changes; a look at why indoor air quality is such an important topic; a harsh critique of ventilation installation on site; and all the winners from the H&V News Awards 2016.
H&V News - 23 MarchSubscription
In the latest edition of H&V News, there is plenty of controversy. Read how the indoor air quality debate left the prime minister stumped for answers, and how his government is set to end up in court over it. The news section also features a challenge over the appropriateness of the Carbon Trust Energy Technology List, alongside reaction to the Budget and the ongoing effect it will have on ...
H&V News - 9 MarchSubscription
In the latest edition of H&V News, former editor Dennis Flower says his goodbyes and wishes the industry well.
H&V News - 24 FebruarySubscription
Today sees the publication of the latest issue of H&V News, providing another reminder of why the magazine continues to be regarded as the leading publication within the building services sector.
H&V News - 10 FebruarySubscription
Our lead story for the latest issue of H&V News focuses on the “real progress” in the ongoing battle to address the issues surrounding retention fees within construction industry contracts.
H&V News - 27 JanuarySubscription
Our latest edition leads with the Labour party’s suggestion for dealing with the blacklisting issue, plus further unique news items including updates on the Environmental Agency’s drive to raise compliancy rates within the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme.
H&V News - 13 JanuarySubscription
Continuing its considerable efforts to provide readers with the most relevant and up-to-date information, H&V News includes another generous helping of original content in its first issue of the year.
H&V News - 16 DecemberSubscription
Our final issue of the year sees no let up in the momentum we’ve sustained throughout 2015, focusing on the issue of increased levels of VAT next year, along with an appeal for first-hand accounts of non-compliant installations for the APHC study on Building Regulations (see page 3).
H&V News - 2 DecemberSubscription
Following a year of focusing on the issues caused by retention clauses in construction industry contracts by H&V News and its readers, the government has announced that it will review this issue in the New Year, see the front page of this week’s digital issue.
Latest industry developments in this week’s H&V News include our lead news item on the CITB’s response to the CSCS card fraud, exposed by the BBC’s Newsnight programme.