The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) gives its reaction to the Government’s decision to cancel the Green Home Homes Grant Voucher Scheme.
An open letter from the GGF is urging the Scottish Government to immediately ease restrictions that prevent tradespeople from working in people’s homes unless it is essential.
The annual GGF Chairpersons’ Forum, featuring all the GGF’s technical groups, committees, regions and countries, took place via video conference on 18th March.
The GGF was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Stephen Byers, co-founder and managing director of GGF Members, Ritec International Limited.
The GGF has welcomed the Governments’ recent unveiling of their roadmaps to recovery, but remains cautious after many false starts to the recovery over the past year.
On Thursday 18 February, the GGF Document B Working Party held a Members-only Webinar on the GGF’s response to the Government ban of the use of Laminated Safety Glasses: Regulation 7/Statutory Instrument 1230.
The GGF has issued revised guidance for Home Improvement companies and sub-contractors operating in England during the current National Lockdown.
The GGF is urging all companies in the glass, glazing, fenestration and home improvement sectors, to follow the GGF and Government COVID Safe Guidance.
The GGF has announced that GGF Group Vice-President, Tony Smith of Pilkington United Kingdom Ltd (part of the NSG Group), has been elected as its new President.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is urging all companies and workers in the sector to make sure they not only stay safe, but also work safe during the latest lockdown.