The RICS Hull & East Yorkshire local association organises a variety of events for local property professionals to learn more about industry practices. Their latest event at Premier Interlink’s premises in Brandesburton on 20 May will demonstrate the latest development in the manufacture of modular eco-homes.
As part of an ongoing events programme, Property professionals in Hull and the East Riding have the opportunity to visit the site which makes Code 5 eco-houses, the industry standard which reflects the exemplar development in sustainability terms.
Simon Delaney, chartered building surveyor at Delaney Marling Partnership (DMP) is inviting property people along for a viewing of the factory manufacturing modular housing for the future as well as other prefabricated building products.
The housing market is picking up at the moment and we are seeing housing sites going up all the time. The great thing about modular buildings is that they can be put together inside the factory at Premier Interlink and shipped to their location, cutting down time on site and the costs associated with traditional house building projects but these building methods are being used for different purposes including schools, hotels and offices as well as residential dwellings.
Delaney Marling Partnership is involved with the RICS Hull & East Yorkshire local association committee, helping those working in the property sector to update their training on an annual basis as part of their professional membership and we support this with a full programme of events similar to this one.
David Harris, Divisional Director at Premier Interlink, Brandesburton says:
As the UK government puts reformation of social housing at the top of their agenda we continue to spearhead innovation with the launch of our Off-Site Modular Home.
Guests from the RICS Hull & East Yorkshire local association will see our demonstrator volumetric house which has been designed, developed and built by Waco to provide a lifetime home with proven low environmental impact and low energy consumption.
These properties are made available for social housing at affordable prices to help people get on the property ladder.
The RICS Hull & East Yorkshire local association committee invites property people to engage in professional training activity in the Humber Region. This includes site visits of brand new projects around the region and the Group is open to fellow property experts who would prefer to undertake their professional training as part of the working day rather than travelling to cities further afield.
To register for this event run by RICS Hull & East Yorkshire local association, please call Simon Delaney on 01482 623955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guests can register for the tour at 4:30pm for a 5:00pm start on Wednesday 20 May 2015.