Scottish members of GGF can be assured of continued service & benefits

  • 18 Sep 2014

As votes are currently being cast to decide whether Scotland should be an independent country, GGF Group Executive, Nigel Rees revealed that the organisation is in discussions with the Scottish government over whether to introduce a ‘Window and Door Registration Scheme.’

He commented: “Our Scottish Members, like all our Members are very important to us and GGF Scotland will remain a key part of the Federation’s plans going forward. We are also continuing to work with the Government on areas of the Scottish Building Regulations.

“I can assure all Member companies in Scotland that no matter what the outcome of the referendum is, the GGF will continue to support your businesses.”

The GGF will be exhibiting at the Scottish Parliament Building in Edinburgh from 2nd to 4th December, where members can query any issues they may be facing and attend a lunch and guided tour.

Any members who wish to attend the meeting on 4th December should contact Regional Executive, Anne-Marie Waugh by emailing

[email protected]


Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street

t: 0207 939 9101

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