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Kingsmead car park in central Stafford is located next to wetlands and sits partially on top of a natural flood plain. It was previously home to a council-run sports complex and swimming pool. After this was demolished, the car park was acquired by private investors, who earmarked the...

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In line with rapid company growth and further plans for expansion, leading European water management specialist GRAF UK has upsized its UK headquarters in Oxfordshire.

The company’s relocation to its new, 10,000 sq ft premises on Beaumont Road in Banbury reflects a need to accommodate its...

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We're proud to announce that GRAF UK has been named a winner in the first ever Waterwise UK Water Efficiency Product Awards, with our market-leading Platin rainwater harvesting package.

As the leading authority on water efficiency in the UK and Europe, Waterwise has launched the dedicated product...

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Located on the banks of Loch Leven in Kinross, South Perthshire, the family-run Loch Leven's Larder is an award-winning Scottish attraction with more than 300 visitors daily during high season. It boasts a working farm, a restaurant, a deli, a gift shop and a playground. Renowned for its...

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For many months now, probably even a couple of years if I think back, some of my installers have been asking me when am I going to get out there and experience what they go through day in day out and actually get stuck in to one of our installations on site.

I’d decided a long time ago that it was...

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Crabtree Manorway North is a large-scale, new-build industrial estate in Belvedere, South east London. It comprises three industrial units, including offices and a warehouse. The project's contractors, Readie Construction, needed to find an efficient and cost-effective stormwater...

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Hollandgreen is a luxury apartments complex in London's Kensington. The development includes three residential blocks, comprising 54 apartments, and shares land with the new Design Museum site - a Graf II-listed building boasting the largest parabolic copper roof in the world. Given the...

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Ninety one brand new, true zero-carbon homes have been built in Bicester, Oxfordshire, as part of the UK's first ever eco town, North West Bicester. To reach Code for Sustainable Homes Level Five standards, developers A2Dominion needed to limit each property's potable water consumption...

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Contractors working on a new, 13-mile bypass in Morpeth, Northumberland, needed a way to eliminate flood risk and provide an effective, controlled rainwater drainage solution. They were keen to find a robust stormwater attenuation tank with high volume capacity, while minimising costly...

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A row of four terraced 1940s cottages in the rural village of Horsmonden, near Tunbridge Wells, has no access to mains drainage - and had been relying on an old brick septic tank to service residents' wastewater needs. The septic tank regularly overloaded, using a gravel-filled soakaway...

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