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  • A response to the Autumn Statement by Richard Lee

    08 December 2014

    Well it was never likely to be a mini budget of giveaways, with the real budget due in March and UK Plc’s finances so constrained.

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  • What next for the housing market - will the bubble pop?

    16 June 2014
    Posted By: Polytheme blog DamienPooley

    There’s been a lot of talk lately about the housing market overheating. Is this really true and what does this suggest for the future?

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  • A plea for the Green Belt

    23 May 2014

    The current debate about housing is reaching panic levels. This is always a concern because panic does not result in good legislation or good governance. Bridget Bouch makes a case for the Green Belt.

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  • Immigration – taking the Great out of Britain?

    08 May 2014

    Immigrants to Great Britain haven’t always been made welcome when they first arrive. From Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Romans, right through to more recent newcomers from Europe.

    Richard Lee, Managing Director of Jablite looks at the impact of immigration on business success.

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  • Testing Times

    22 April 2014

    Are the current testing regimes for new product developments in the construction industry fit for purpose?

    Steve Broadhurst, Jablite’s Technical Services Manager, examines the issues.

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  • The role of salespeople in value engineering

    11 April 2014

    David Teasdale, Sales & Marketing Director at Jablite examines the role of the sales person in the value engineering process

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  • A new form of pension plan?

    10 April 2014

    Now that the dust has settled on the 2014 Budget, we can analyse properly what the outcome of some of the announcements has been.

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  • New House Builds – How Many?

    28 March 2014

    New house building is an emotive subject in the UK.  I frequently have discussions with my parents who steadfastly refuse to believe that the number of homes required is anywhere near the 200,000 per year claimed by the Home Builders Federation and the UK Government, writes Richard Lee, Managing Director, Jablite

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  • Sometimes the best solution requires a re-think…

    21 March 2014

    It is a universally acknowledged fact that effective rainwater run- off on a flat roof will provide the necessary drainage and reduce maintenance, but there are other issues to think about ...

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  • The Value of Failure

    12 March 2014

    “I have not failed, I have just found 10,000 ways that do not work” said Thomas Edison about his process of inventing the lightbulb.

    Has the pursuit of success and perfection made failure our greatest fear when we should be seeing it as part of the process?

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