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New front doors – is this something the council should be reviewing post-Grenfell?

We’ve previously covered the stark issue that social landlords and housing associations are currently facing, regarding fire door supply chain issues post Grenfell. Birmingham City Council vowed to fit sprinkler... Read more

Why we are door manufacturers with a hugely valuable difference

Did you know, in the US October has been declared as National Disability Employment Awareness Month since 1988? With this in mind, 6 months on since large UK companies were... Read more

What makes Shelforce the supplier of choice for Education Providers?

We’re sure you’ve heard or read about the recent stories regarding schools throughout Britain, where serious concerns have been brought to the forefront over below-par building safety practices. Following a... Read more

Shelforce support Fire Door Safety Week 2018

As Fire Door Safety Week 2018 is now upon us (24th-30th September), providers and residents are understandably edgy considering five doors from five different fire door suppliers have now failed... Read more

Why big businesses trust in our window & door products above others

It stands to reason that comfortable homes start with efficient window and door products, alongside sound installation. With safety and energy efficiency playing a big part in the satisfaction of... Read more

Birmingham City Council become cities largest house builder

In conjunction with its award-winning house-building programme, Birmingham City Council have recently celebrated a crucial milestone; the completion of the 3,000th home built, working alongside the Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust... Read more

Reversible upvc windows

5 reasons why reversible uPVC windows are a solid investment in social housing

Recent social housing statistics show a meagre 2.48% of new homes were built for social rent, out of the 160,670 total new homes completed in 2016/17. With social housing supply... Read more

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Embracing disability in the workplace – why we thrive with a diverse workforce

Employing disabled people is incredibly important to our society, not only to promote social inclusion and remove the stigma that’s still attached but to significantly boost our economy too. It... Read more

Are your fire doors fit for purpose?

Following the one-year anniversary of the tragic Grenfell fire that horrifically destroyed the North Kensington tower block, local authorities, housing associations and landlords across Britain could face huge maintenance bills... Read more

Why is Birmingham’s unemployment rate still one of the highest in the UK despite generating 69k jobs last year?

Have you heard the latest local employment news? The number of West Midland residents in work has skyrocketed over the last year, with unemployment falling by 17,000 people - generating... Read more