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PUB NF 3 Climate change and innovation in house building. Designing out risk

Publication Year
2007

Document Status
Green 
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Abstract

How the perceived hazards associated with modern methods of construction (MMC) can be addressed at the design stage, alleviating the risk profile for lenders traditionally used to brick and block building methods.


Document History

Categorised by NHBC Foundation as a Research Document.


Author

Ross, K., Saunders, G. and Novakovic, O.


ISBN

9781860819872


Publisher Information

NHBC Foundation

The NHBC Foundation - National House Building Council's independent research institution - was established in January 2006 in partnership with the BRE Trust.

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UK

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Tel: 01908 747911

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