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The Flower Bowl wins again for Sika Liquid Plastics

Sika Liquid Plastics is celebrating the continuing success of one of its stand-out projects of 2018 after The Flower Bowl won the Green Roof category in the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) Awards

Blackdown green roof provides unique space at Greenwich University

Installation across 14 terraced roofs makes largest multifunctional roof space in London

Green is the new black

In response to demand for more environmentally friendly and sustainable building practices, the market for green roofs is booming, growing by 15% annually. With 54% of the world’s population now living in urban areas, and boasting impressive eco credentials, green roofs are said to be playing an important part in ensuring a sustainable future, while also turning city skylines into living, breathing spaces.

New solar support systems for green roofs from Optigrün

New from Optigrün is the Solar FKD and Solar WRB, which are both load-supported solar mounting frames for penetration-free roof mounting of PV modules in combination with an extensive green roof system.

Blackdown ensures green roof success with single source approach

Combination of features and care around value engineering achieves high quality systems such as Blackdown's green roof at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow

London 2019 green roof report

London’s Deputy Mayor has launched a new report that reveals London’s inexorable rise up the green roof league table.

Living elements could be the key to sustainable and affordable housing...

Mobilane says green systems could add to the energy efficiency of new affordable homes and should become a design consideration

Single green roof solution in one delivery

VerdiRoof by Verdico offers a variety of coverings accommodated by a build up that can be delivered all in one go

Achieving BREEAM with biodiverse green

Award-winning green roofing from Icopal supports BREEAM excellent project

Alumasc on target for WWII bunker

The bunker was built in 1941 as a decay target for German bombers