NARM

NARM gears up for the future

  • 13 Jul 2021

Previously operating as an unincorporated association, NARM, the National Association of Rooflight Manufacturers, has formed a limited company. Through this, it will now conduct its activities.

The newly formed National Association of Rooflight Manufacturers Limited will continue to undertake the Association’s roles of…

 – informing government and standards bodies through published research
 – encouraging and supporting rooflighting best practice
 – serving NARM member companies as well as the wider construction industry

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NARM’s new board of directors – clockwise from top left: Tom Ogilvie; Stuart Middle: Ian Weakford; Mark Wilcox; Henrik Dall Lauridsen; Scott Leeder; Chris Avery; Jeremy Dunn

The new company will operate under the well established NARM brand and will continue to use the acronym NARM in all communications. The board of directors has been appointed from the former NARM Council, further ensuring continuity.

Tom Ogilvie, NARM director, comments: “As NARM continues to grow, this move allows us to protect member companies in the event of a problem by limiting their liability and allows us to take out liability insurance for the same reason.

“Our corporate governance will be improved, with directors registered at Companies House. We will also gain access to improved, on-line banking facilities. These changes will help us to expand and improve our operations as we move forward and meet new challenges.”

NARM represents manufacturers and suppliers of all types of rooflights into the UK market. For further information and access to NARM’s on-line technical library and other services, visit www.narm.org.uk

For further information, please contact NARM using the contact details on our website, where you will be directed to the appropriate person.

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