After a long, wet winter, spring term might feel like a distant future but March is quickly creeping round the corner, along with the cutoff date for school budgets. It’s that time of year again when schools need to revisit their 2012-13 budgets and use it or lose it.
This week it has been announced that nurseries may be allowed to accept and look after more children. Those that have highly qualified staff can now have a greater ratio of children to adults. As parents fight for their child’s spot in the top Early Years establishments, the teachers are trying to find ways to make space.
ClimateCare have always been associated with innovative Climate and Development projects and recently they have gained great praise for their integrated approach. This is enabling many UK businesses to integrate climate and development activities, focus on measurable results and be smarter with their budgets.
The presents are unwrapped, the chocolates demolished and there's just one more portion of leftovers remaining. Christmas is officially over and minds are switching from present organising to New Years planning. The most popular resolution in the UK for 2012 was to lose weight but, like many years before, it was also the most broken one.
The fluctuating housing market is a challenge for any homeowner and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find new and innovative ways to increase the value of your home. A good kitchen and bathroom are always top of the value checklist but more homeowners are choosing to improve the unique aspects of their property to get ahead on the market.
Garden rooms are a popular way to add value to a property without disturbing the house that already exists. They can become an essential part of your home, give it a bespoke feature that will stand out on the mark...