The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has written to the Government to express its disappointment in the Green Homes Grant Scheme, which is due to be launched next month.
Following the GGF’s recent communications to Government highlighting the poor timing of the Green Homes Grant Scheme, the industry’s leading trade body is continuing to crank up the pressure on the Government.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has received many calls and emails from anxious Members regarding the Government’s new Green Homes Grant Scheme.
Following recent meetings with Government, the GGF recently heard from Government officials that there would be a major announcement regarding energy efficiency in the UK.
The GGF has received plenty of queries on whether or not Showrooms can be re-opened, following the Government’s Guidance on working in people’s homes being released on 11 May.
Following the GGF’s ‘first to market’ launch of the Safe Guide for Homeowners during the COVID-19 Crisis, the Federation has now launched a complementary Safe Guide for Home Improvement Companies.
After confusion in the Glass & Glazing industry around whether companies can work in domestic properties, the GGF has contacted Government with some questions.
The GGF has received clarification on whether or not its Member companies should remain open for business, amidst the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent lockdown.
The GGF recently attended the British Energy Efficiency Federation’s Plenary at the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Conference Centre in Westminster.
REHAU’s sustainability strategy within the build environment will be further showcased at this year’s ecobuild show at the District Energy Hub.