Wetherby Now Supplying to Ireland

By: Rachael Doyle   •   September 16, 2019

Wetherby are pleased to announce the expansion of business operations to Ireland.

Following an increased demand for Wetherby accredited facade systems in Ireland, Wetherby are now supplying our wide product/ system portfolio insulated render and brick slip systems to the Irish construction and modular market.

Wetherby have appointed Technical Sales Manager, Steve Kilbride who will be the point of contact for pricing and system enquiries. Steve has worked with us previously for nearly 10 years, so is keen to take on this new challenge on new turf.

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In the last week, a group of civic and business leaders called the Climate Emergency Response Group released a ‘12-point plan’, recommending how the Scottish Governments can address climate change in the Programme for Government.

The programme for Government sets out the actions that Scotland will take in the coming year and beyond. This week Nicola Sturgeon put climate change at the centre of the Programme for Government announcing a wide range of green policy pledges.

The Climate Emergency Response Group plan to support the government’s efforts and will continue to engage in discussions on developing and taking forward
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Leyland Landmark Reaps Rewards of Wetherby Refurbishment

By: Rachael Doyle   •   August 29, 2019

An office block in Leyland known as Lancaster House has recently gone through a major refurbishment sporting Wetherby’s external wall insulation system.

The local landmark and commercial property was originally built in 1965-66 and was the former home former Leyland Trucks Headquarters, however was bought by the local Council in 1993 as part of its economic development.

Wetherby were tasked at updating the building with an attractive system to finish the façade, ready for new owners Gold Medal Travel Groups to take base as their new head office.

To keep the building thermally efficient, and address the carbon saving needs
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Proud to Announce we are ISO 45001 Certified!

By: Rachael Doyle   •   August 5, 2019

Wetherby are proud to have held ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & OHAS 18001 for a number of years now, however from March 2021, OHAS 18001 will be withdrawn, and companies must migrate to the new standard ISO 45001, so that all three areas (Quality, Environment, and H&S) are fully integrated systems.

 ISO 45001 is an International Standard that specifies requirements for an occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system, with guidance for its use, to enable an organisation to proactively improve its OH&S performance in preventing injury and ill-health.

We are pleased to say that Wetherby have passed the new
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Wetherby to exhibit at Offsite Expo 2019!

By: Laura Hennahane   •   August 1, 2019

NEW FOR 2019 – OFFSITE EXPO brings together those who are driving change in the construction sector – the event will play host to the leading UK and international offsite manufacturers and component suppliers showcasing a broad spectrum of panelised, volumetric modular solutions, pod and prefabricated MEP solutions.

This pivotal industry event has been launched to inform the wider construction industry about the rapidly growing offsite manufacturing sector. Offsite Expo is designed to be the most dynamic construction event of the year, featuring a combination of advanced factory-based manufacturing approaches, the latest products and innovative systems plus updates in BIM and digital technology.

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Wetherby INCA 2019 Finalists!

By: Laura Hennahane   •   June 20, 2019

Wetherby Building Systems are proud to announce that they have been shortlisted in the 2019 INCA Awards.

The Insulated Render and Cladding Association (INCA) awards are now in it’s 7th year and are aimed at recognising innovation and excellence in the external wall insulation (EWI) industry.

We are delighted to announce that we have been successfully shortlisted for 3 categories within the awards as follows:

New Build – St Hilda’s Crescent Heritage – Coal Road Innovation – Wetherby’s Modular Facade Systems

The 2019 shortlist are decided by an independent panel of industry experts and the winners will be announced on Thursday
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Old Jersey College for Girls redeveloped and brought back to life

By: Laura Hennahane   •   May 15, 2019

The former Jersey College for Girls at La Pouquelaye has undergone a transformation to restore the historic sections of the building and build 5 brand new apartment blocks to address the demand for much needed energy efficient homes and assist in the regeneration of the town.

This prestigious project located near the centre of St Helier has seen a successful collaboration between the Jersey Development Company (JDC), Waddington Architects, Rok-Regal Construction, Fox Contracts and Wetherby Building Systems Ltd to create a total of 187 new apartments across the 5 additional blocks.

The historic sections of the building have been unoccupied
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The Government have today announced that around £200m will be made available to remove and replace unsafe aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding from 166 privately owned high-rise buildings.

Following the Grenfell Tower fire, the government identified 176 private high-rise residential buildings with unsafe ACM cladding.

The government has already fully funded re-cladding on social housing developments.

Wetherby Building Systems has been heavily involved in the re-cladding by supplying our Wetherby A1 Non-Combustible EWI System as an A1 rated façade alternative. This is the first A1 rated fireproof insulation solution to be launched in the UK for building facades.

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Osco Homes and Wetherby leading the way in Modular Construction

By: Laura Hennahane   •   May 3, 2019

Wetherby and Osco Homes are delighted to present St Hilda’s Crescent in Leeds featuring Wetherby’s technically approved and certified Modular EWI system.

Modular construction is becoming increasingly popular and this latest collaboration is a great example of how to achieve a quick and cost effective new build without sacrificing thermal performance and design.

St Hilda’s Crescent is a development of 7 two storey houses situated on a strip of land between an already existing new build development with narrow access routes, overhead telecommunication cables and existing lamp posts. It was important to deliver this project with minimal disruption
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MPs will vote on Wednesday whether to declare an environmental and climate emergency following mass protests over political inaction in addressing the crisis.

Labour will force a Commons vote on the issue, fulfilling one of the key demands of the Extinction Rebellion (XR) movement, whose activists paralysed parts of London in recent weeks.

Scotland have taken the move as First Minister Nicola Sturgeon recently declared a “climate emergency” in her speech to the SNP conference in Edinburgh.

Campaigners warn that without bolder action across wider sectors of the economy such as transport, buildings and agriculture, UK progress on
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