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Category list : Legislation

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  • Tim Pollard

    Renewables: end of term reportSubscription

    Opinion27 April, 2016

    Tim Pollard reviews the progress of the renewables market

  • Jim Henley is sales director of Daikin Applied UK

    AHU compliancy within the ErPDSubscription

    Opinion2 March, 2016

    Daikin Applied UK’s sales director Jim Henley examines the changes to air-handling units that have come about following the introduction of the Ecodesign and Energy-related Products Directives

  • Thomas Whiffen is senior energy specialist for the National Energy Foundation

    ​The proof of the audit is in the savingSubscription

    Opinion26 February, 2016

    Senior energy specialist at the National Energy Foundation Thomas Whiffen shares what his company has learned by helping numerous businesses to comply with their ESOS obligations

  • Professor Rudi Klein is a barrister and chief executive of SEC Group

    ​Important court decision on pay less noticesSubscription

    Opinion10 February, 2016

    The SEC group’s Rudi Klein discusses the implications of two recent court decisions for the building services sector

  • Martyn Bridges is the director of marketing and technical support at Worcester, Bosch Group

    ​‘Copycat’ controls are causing a headache for installersSubscription

    Opinion29 January, 2016

    Director of marketing and technical support at Worcester, Bosch Group Martyn Bridges looks at the effect on installers for one of the industry’s current hot topics: non-compliant controls

  • Stanley Kamalu

    Getting the principal designer rightSubscription

    Opinion23 December, 2015

    Trainee solicitor Stanley Kamalu looks at the most important points to get right when appointing a principal designer

  • Professor Rudi Klein

    Making use of the default notice procedureSubscription

    Opinion16 December, 2015

    The SEC Group’s Professor Rudi Klein looks at the default notice procedure in the Construction Act and advises on how to make sure your business is making best use of it

  • Susie Al-Qassab is an associate in the employment law team at Howard Kennedy solicitors

    Mobile workers must now be paid for travelSubscription

    Opinion6 November, 2015

    Solicitor Susie Al-Qassab looks at a recent ECJ decision on working time and mobile workers, and discusses what it might mean for employers

  • Louise Hosking is the director at Hosking Associates

    Extending your loft? The CDM now applies

    Opinion23 October, 2015

    The CDM now applies to all projects – large or small, commercial or private. We look at what members of the industry need to know to make sure all the projects they work on are safe for their workers

  • Martyn Bridges is the director of marketing and technical support at Worcester, Bosch Group

    Problem must be solved before setting standards for zero-carbon construction

    Opinion16 October, 2015

    Perhaps the key observation we can make when we read the Treasury’s Productivity Plan is that a concerted effort is being made to avoid encumbering house-builders with any avoidable financial burdens.

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