A wealth of unique information is once again presented in the 12 August issue of H&V News, available only in the paper and digital versions of the magazine.
The most dramatic news within our latest issue includes the cancellation of the Green Deal, along with additional coverage for changes and consultations for both the Feed-in Tariff and Renewable Obligation.
H&V News – 15 JulySubscription
The latest issue of H&V News is now available, featuring more dedicated content not published anywhere else within the H&V News brand outlets.
Featuring the established range of unique and targeted information for the building services sector, the 1 July issue of H&V News also includes an appeal for independent engineers and industry association officers to volunteer to judge the H&V News Awards 2016.
H&V News - June 17Subscription
Only in our digital edition - unique news items in this week’s issue include a look at the long-running court case over the UK’s 5% VAT rate for energy-saving products and materials; Industry bodies are emphasising the need for all new electrical installations to be designed to comply with the IET Wiring Regulations by 1 July; and research by the Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group has revealed the ...
H&V News - 3 JuneSubscription
Only in our digital edition - unique news items in this week’s issue include a look at the industry’s reaction to the Queen’s speech; the first phase of Camden Council’s district heat and power scheme in Somers Town, north London; and Reading Crown Court’s decision regarding the death of a trainee design engineer working at Grundfos Pumps.
H&V News - 20 MaySubscription
Only in our digital edition - unique news items in this week’s issue include a look at industry reactions following the results of the general election; the scale of the financial meltdown at GB Building Solutions; and 100% funding for a new biomass boiler system secured by the Croft School in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
H&V News - May 6Subscription
Only in our digital edition - unique news items in this week’s issue include the analysis conducted by industry bodies on the main political manifestos; the announcement from DECC that since the launch of the RHI, there have been 11,149 new installations; and a survey conducted by Electrical Contractors Association revealed almost nine electrical contractors in 10 saw no improvement in payment on public-sector ...
Only in our digital edition - unique news items in this week’s issue include the changes to health and safety procedures within the Construction Design and Management regulations, Ireland’s new flywheel energy storage plant and issues emerging from the incorrect use of push-fit fittings.
Only available in our digital edition, H&V News covers the increase in planning approvals seen in the first three months of 2015; the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, which received Royal Assent at the end of March; and communities secretary Eric Pickles’ announcement that the Code for Sustainable Homes as a planning condition for residential developments has closed.