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The Sunday Times: Home is the premier national property section. It has an unique audience. Our millions of readers want to be informed about the state of the housing market and inspired to renovate and decorate their own homes, or even go it alone and build their own. It is the section that estate agents, developers, retailers, architects and designers all wish to appear in. Our Sunday Times audience across print and iPad is now 3,195,010 and growing.

Please visit: www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/

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Britain’s leading architectural journal for the past 10 years. The Architects’ Journal is the voice of architecture in Britain. We sit at the heart of the debate about British architecture and British cities, and form opinions across the whole construction industry on design-related matters

Please visit: www.architectsjournal.co.uk

BRE

BRE is a world leading research, consultancy, training, testing and certification organisation, delivering sustainability and innovation across the built environment and beyond. The BRE Group is wholly owned by the BRE Trust, a registered charity aiming to advance knowledge, innovation and communication in all matters concerning the built environment for the benefit of all. All BRE Group profits are passed to the BRE Trust to promote its charitable objectives.

Please visit: www.bre.co.uk

 

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The Building Centre, in Central London, was established in 1931. It has, since then, developed to become an independent forum dedicated to providing information and inspiration to all sectors of the built environment. The Centre is open to all involved in architecture and construction; it is a place where you can learn and develop knowledge and join the ongoing debate about the built environment.

The Building Centre operates as the commercial arm of The Built Environment Trust which is an educational charity, focusing on the built environment.

Please visit: www.buildingcentre.co.uk

 

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Established in 1966, the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) is the pre-eminent professional organisation for interior designers in the UK. In October 2013, the BIID announced a merger with the Interior Design Association (IDA) to create one leading body for interior design that will set national professional standards, promote learning and debate and champion the value of interior design on the national and international stage.

The BIID’s growing national and international membership represents both the commercial and residential sectors, from heritage to cutting edge. The Institute is the only professional organisation for interior designers which has been granted the prestigious and rare accolade of Institute status by the Minister of State as the pre-eminent body in its field. The British Institute of Interior Design is an organization owned and governed by its elected members.

Our mission is to encourage and support good design and competence through continuing professional development and education. Visit www.biid.org.uk for more information.

NHIC

NHIC have reviewed its operations and met with President, Baroness Maddock regarding the way forward. NHIC in future will be more consumer facing in its outlook, we wish to create a forum and focal point to promote home improvements through best practice, new ideas as well as tried and trusted ways to save energy and water.

The NHIC site will become a focal point where consumers may ask questions and find information without being bombarded by follow-up sales pitches but they can choose to have contact if they want.

The best medium for our platform is the internet and we hope all members will send copies of their press releases and other promotional materials to NHIC via Lauren Omand (laurenomand@nhic.org.uk) to form the new start.

The NHIC outward looking by inward member innovation. Visit: www.nhic.org.uk

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ecohomehub.com, the UK’s most comprehensive showcase of energy efficient homes, which has been created to provide one online destination for all involved in the design and construction of our new homes.

The former Housing and Planning Minister acknowledged the pivotal role played by The British Homes Awards in providing the catalyst for innovation in the way we design and construct our homes, showcasing exemplars of best practice.