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  • Nigel Walley Presents Chimni At The NLA 'SmartHomes' Session February 2, 2015

    Chimni Project Lead - Nigel Walley - presented the Chimni concept at the New London Architecture breakfast session 'Smart Thinking For London's Homes'. The talk focussed on how smart technologies will change London’s homes; how can technology make homes in the capital more efficient in terms of their design, their management, performance and use, and how they are planned for? Nigel Walley...

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  • Glebe Estate Joins Chimni Residents Trial February 2, 2015

    A new residents association - the Glebe Estate in Chiswick, London - has joined the Chimni Residents's Association trial programme. Its new web site - www.glebeW4.org.ukk - is the latest to use the Chimni Residents template that is one of the core distribution vehicles for the wider Chimni initiative. Note On The Residents' Association Template Trial The Chimni Residents' Associatoin Template is...

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  • Chimni Appointed To BIM4Housing Steering Group November 17, 2014

    Chimni has joined the Government's BIM4Housing Initiative intended to help the housebuilding industry in the UK adopt new Building Information Management techniques*.  BIM4Housing is a cross-industry group open to all organisations involved in the design, construction, management and delivery of housing, both private and affordable. Membership of BIM4Housing is reflective of the sector, involving...

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  • Bedford Park Joins Chimni Residents Trial September 2, 2014

    Bedford Park was the first 'garden suburb' and it is impossible to follow any history of British house building or UK architecture in general without stumbling across references to it.  Sir John Betjeman, who founded the Victorian Society, called Bedford Park “the most significant suburb built in the last century.”  Having redefined how we were to live in suburbs in the 19th and 20th century,...

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