Jaga’s Technical Consultant Andy Williams provides building specifiers with his insights on the various ventilation solutions for buildings, including how they can be monitored, managed and maintained. Read More
Ventilation in schools: What five key amendments to the BB101 regulations should education design consultants be aware of?
Effective learning can only occur when schools design and build an environment which promotes productivity. To ensure that schools in the UK have a consistent benchmark, Building Bulletin 101 ‘BB101 Guidelines for ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in schools’ was published in 2006; guidelines which education consultants still reference as guidance. Read More
When considering how to heat a nursery or any area used by children there are five things that must be considered when selecting suitable radiators. Read More
Each Home Counts Review: Could this be a step in the right direction for the efficiency of domestic property?
By Claire Owen
The ‘Each Home Counts Review’[https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/each-home-counts-review-of-consumer-advice-protection-standards-and-enforcement-for-energy-efficiency-and-renewable-energy] or Bonfield Review as it is more widely known, is a document which has been much awaited and finally welcomed by all of us at Jaga. In the past, initiatives such as the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and the Green Deal have had a far from overwhelming impact on the installations of energy-efficient technologies in homes, so when it came to this recently published review, expectations were high. Read More