Posts tagged with “Planning”

Maximizing Earth Energy With Ground Source Heat Pumps

Monday, 4 June, 2012

The ground serves as a large storage of solar energy which can be utilized as a source of heat during winter season or serves as heat sink during hot summer days. The ground has the ability to regulate the temperature of buildings that stand on it. Also known as Geothermal heat pump, Ground source heat … Read More »

Urban design and Architecture

Wednesday, 8 February, 2012

Fundamentally, urban design entails connecting people and places. It’s achieved by aligning movement, urban form and nature to create a vibrant community. Urban design architecture concatenates place making through architecture, economic viability, environmental stewardship and social equity to curve unique beauty and identity in places. It’s all about the arrangement and architecture of buildings, transport … Read More »

Building Insurance For Flooding

Monday, 6 February, 2012

Reports of extreme weather conditions inflicting devastation all over the world is not a new thing on the news. Though most people here in the UK need not worry a lot with regards to property, personal belongings and well-being, there is a minority group of the population that have solemn anxieties. These are the homeowners … Read More »

Planning – Rules for Change Of Use From Commercial To Residential

Monday, 23 January, 2012

PLANNING is the managerial procedure of maintaining and creating a plan; and the psychosomatic progression of philosophy about the actions essential to generate a preferred objective on some level. It integrates predicting of developments with the research of scenarios of how to act in response to them. It aids the administration to center, clarify and … Read More »