The GGF has recently been invited to attend two Government Work Streams for the Housing Working Group and the Repair Maintenance and Improvement Working Group respectively.
Wrightstyle, the Devizes-based supplier of advanced glazing systems, has cautiously welcomed the government’s pledge to ‘build, build, build’.
April’s BMBI report is unlike any other; the Government enforced COVID-19 lockdown came late in March, so had a limited impact on that month. However, April took the full force
As the Government is starting to rejuvenate the economy, the GGF calls on companies to adjust to the safety guidance and ensure all work is carried out as safely as possible.
Venues can open their doors to a wider range of people by improving their accessible facilities, while having the cost match funded by the Government, explain Closomat.
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.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has reacted to the new Government guidance for tradespeople working in people’s homes, which has now changed for work being carried out in homes in England only.
After confusion in the Glass & Glazing industry around whether companies can work in domestic properties, the GGF has contacted Government with some questions.
Whilst domestic sales were booming before EverEdge was asked by the couriers early last week to stop, it is a different ball game in the ‘commercial’ landscaping field.
For many homeowners, after all the scrimping and saving required to get their deposit alone, decorating and furnishing a house can prove difficult…