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Interlay Meeting – ‘not to be missed’ Announcement to be made to benefit Interlay Members financially
All Members should now have received the minutes from the summer teleconference meeting which recently took place. We do ask for as many members to try and join us for the next meeting which we plan to hold towards the end of this year in London. We will also hold the AGM at the same meeting. Interlay have some very important news to announce which will certainly be very beneficial financially to all Interlay Members. A new website is under design for Interlay and is hoped to be up and running for the new year.
Interlay setting the standards
Other Companies have now joined FM Conway who became the first company in the UK to obtain certification for the National Highways Sector Scheme for the Installation, Maintenance and Repair of Modular Paving (NHSS30).http://www.interlay.org.uk/fm-conway
We are pleased to announce and congratulate the many Interlay Members that have won Regional awards this year.
National Audit Office warns flood defending is ‘insufficient’
Hand & arm vibration risk removed from wacker plates
Report calls for adoption of permeable paving
Parex an Associate member of Interlay
Interlay Associate member Parex StreetScape.Parex Streetscape offer a full range of pre-mixed, BS 7533 compliant, specialist bedding and jointing mortars for rigid lay, hard landscaping projects. They are technically advanced, user-friendly, economical and consistent.
This is a website where Interlay and the National Highway Sector Scheme NHSS 30, with support from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) have come together to promote training within the modular paving installation industry with these pages to act as a ‘Training Hub’ for operatives and installation companies alike.
Builders get behind flood defense scheme
Construction firms work closely with the Government to repair a range of major flood defences, following the severe winter weather. Ministers previously announced that a multi-million-pound scheme was currently rolled out, in an effort to repair some of the damage caused in key areas of the Midlands.
The National SuDS Conference highlighted a the direction for sustainable drainage techniques such as concrete block permeable paving. SuDS are now seen as a local, design-led issue and integral part of the planning process, not just engineering measures driven by long-delayed legislation. http://www.interlay.org.uk/suds-a-new-direction/
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