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The latest industry information, events and project news from the three Downwell Group Companies

Why do you need a section 80 notice for demolition

The Section 80 Demolition Notice – all you need to know A Section 80 Demolition Notice is also known as the notice of intended demolition. In short, this means that when there is the intention to demolish a building or indeed part of a building, the owner will need...

Date: 26/03/2020

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The dangers of asbestos containing Artex

The dangers of Artex As a Demolition Contractor we come across a lot of buildings that contain Artex and it will have been surveyed as part a demolition and refurbishment survey. If there is no survey will arrange for one to be carried out. Our advice It is of...

Date: 26/03/2020

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Useful information on Asbestos

Where to find information on what you can and cannot do when it comes to Asbestos. When it comes to finding information and advice on asbestos, many people outside the demolition industry probably do not even realise the real dangers of getting involved in removing asbestos. Asbestos kills up...

Date: 24/03/2020

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Garage Demolition and Asbestos Removal

Garage Demolition in London and the South East Downwell works with a large number of local authorities and developers to carry out garage demolition. There are inevitably other issues other than just knocking the garages down. These are Rubbish removal including contaminated materials Many of these garages are often...

Date: 23/03/2020

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We Love Demolition

Win a Valentines hamper from Downwell We love demolition and want to share it this Valentines Day by giving you the opportunity to win one of two hampers from Hotel Chocolat. Simply email Alan.knight@downwell.co.uk and tell him how many valentine hearts are in the picture above and your name will...

Date: 12/02/2020

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