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14 September 2008 | Market Intelligence
Engineered stone : QuartzQuartz composites have taken stone companies involved in worktops unequivocally into the fickle world of fashion. And the height of kitchen fashion at the moment is concrete...
12 July 2008 | Market Intelligence
Natural stone resources across Europe are becoming harder to get at because of ever more stringent planning regulations. Euro-Roc, the Europe-wide organisation representing stone interests, put their...
14 May 2008 | Market Intelligence
The stone industry is used to seeing man-made products being presented as if they were stone, but one website drawn to the attention of NSS by reader Bert Smith takes the biscuit.It appears on the...
 
14 May 2008 | Market Intelligence
Try to avoid paying tax this year and you could end up paying twice as much under new rules introduced by Revenue...
15 March 2008 | Market Intelligence
Changes to Capital Gains Tax that introduce a flat rate of 18% but allow \'entrepreneur relief\' on the sale of a businesss that reduce the rate to 10% on the first £1million, take effect from 6...
15 March 2008 | Market Intelligence
A new product called Dyynamix is being introduced to the housing market to replace stone cills, hoods, quoins, door and window frames, string courses and other stone features.It has been developed by...
15 March 2008 | Market Intelligence
Figures from the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) show new construction orders in December rose by 1% compared with a year earlier and orders in the fourth quarter as...
15 January 2008 | Market Intelligence
Cumbrian stone company Burlington are continuing to find a market for their stone in America and have now supplied their olive green honed Bursting Stone for the entrance lobby of a 15,000m2 office...
15 January 2008 | Market Intelligence
Stone porticos and cantilevered staircases are becoming the must-have feature for homes of distinction, say Cheddar-based Wells Cathedral Stonemasons.According to Peter Arkell, Managing Director: "...
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14 January 2008 | Market Intelligence
Edward Price’s philosophy towards selling stone is to have lots of it at low prices because even wealthy people like a bargain, especially when the economy turns down. And he thinks choosing...
15 December 2007 | Market Intelligence
The common practice in small companies run by married couples (or those in civil partnerships) of transferring income from one to the other to make the most of tax allowances could be brought to an...
15 October 2004 | Market Intelligence
British Stone, the organisation set up by eight of Britain's major dimensional stone quarry operators in 1995, is reuniting with Stone Federation Great Britain (SFGB). Jane Buxey, director of...
15 September 2004 | Market Intelligence
The second stage of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) does not come into force until October, the construction industry should be taking into consideration now the requirements of the Act to...
15 September 2003 | Market Intelligence
The British Museum has been told to pay Easton Masonry (Portland) Ltd an extra £211,904.24 for the new south portico in the Great Court project that is built in French limestone rather than...

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