A CHANGE OF DIRECTION AFTER 25 YEARS
LEISURE & LAND IS NOW FOCUSING ON NEW METHODS OF PREFABRICATED CONSTRUCTION, USING THE MAXIMUM OF RECYCLED WASTE.
THE WORLD SHORTAGE OF NATURAL MATERIALS HAS ENCOURAGED OUR RESEARCH TO DEVELOP REPLACEMENT MATERIALS FOR TIMBER, STEEL AND CONCRETE.
CONTAIN' A HOME
Prefabricated, evolutive homes, delivered in kit for self assembly. Chassis of pultruded reinforced fibreglass, completed with insulated, sandwich "All-in-One" building panels produced from recycled waste.
PULTRUDED REINFORCED FIBRE GLASS
Replace steel, aluminium, timber and concrete with PRF profiles, including foundation truss. Zero maintenance, perfect for all climates and conditions.
ALL-IN-ONE INSULATED SANDWICH PANEL.
Composite panels including exterior and interior finish, pre-trunked for services, with insulation foam derived from recycled waste.
Leisure & Land Ltd exists since 1983 and has assisted investors and developers in Europe. Looking at the lack of innovation in the Construction Industry and the need for a totally different approach we finally focused on the concept of a Circular Economy of valourising waste products and transforming into affordable housing.
Remurus is a trading name for Leisure & Land.The concept of a All-in-One sandwich panel, made from the maximum of recycled waste, at industrial level. In partnership with modern recycling centres who will find a volume market for clean waste. The range of insulated sandwich panels will be supplied to our subsidiaries and independent chains of distribution.
LadyBird Homes is also a trading name for Leisure & Land. The aim for LBH is to develop a range of evolutive homes and commercial buildings in kit form. Using pultruded reinforced fibreglass,to replace steel, aluminium, timber and concrete and incorporating the sandwich panels produced by Remurus. The aim is to offer insulated, low energy homes to thousands of people in developing countries.
Now working from Southern France and researching the prefabrication of buildings using recycled waste.
MMC –modern methods of construction – covers a huge range of start-ups Worldwide.
Some amazing new concepts and many existing systems repackaged to appear innovative.
Climate goal-posts which may never be reached, but more and more effort is being made.
The World is facing a housing crisis which will never be totally resolved. The use of natural raw materials, even managed, must stop.
We must accept change in building methods and priorities; Aim to give the maximum of the population a secure home.
We are always keen to talk to investors and potential partners interested in collaborating in our concept to valorise todays' waste to make affordable homes.