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PROJECT REPORT: SOCIAL & AFFORDABLE HOUSING


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British grown timber products


Vastern Timber is a UK manufacturer of British grown timber products. The company produces timber cladding, hardwood flooring, structural beams and sawn planks in its Wiltshire sawmills, using locally grown cedar, larch, oak, and sweet chestnut. Its award-winning Brimstone cladding


is made of thermally treated British hardwood, and is a highly durable and truly sustainable alternative to imported hardwoods. All the company’s timber is responsibly sourced, and much of it grown within 100 miles of its sawmills. The company is proud to support British woodlands by creating valuable products from homegrown timber.


01793 853281 www.vastern.co.uk Stelrad extends radiator ranges


Recent developments in the radiator marketplace have seen demand for specific radiator designs and sizes. Stelrad has responded almost instantly to customer demand by extending a number of its popular ranges and adding new sizes and types to meet the requirements. Stelrad has extended the Vita Compact range further and introduced


the Vita and Softline Concord ranges as well as supplying the very popular Concord Vertical in a K2 version, to add to the traditionally available K1 version of this stunning radiator.


0844 543 6200 www.stelrad.com


Crest products transform buildings


The Social Housing Project at Goldsmith Street Norwich, showcases how inspirational architecture and good quality building products can complement each other into creating award winning developments. Nelissen brick manufacturers and Crest presented a selection


of buff and grey bricks from their extensive portfolio range, a blend of 2 brick types were chosen, Belgravia Buff Multi and Grosvenor Grey Multi. The mix of facing bricks created a unique bespoke blend which was mixed on the site by the contractors. Find out how Crest can help you transform your project into something exceptional.


www.crest-bst.co.uk Convenient and paper-free


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Stable, durable and 100% natural


Brimstone® is a new


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vastern.co.uk 01793 853281


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