The GGF recently attended the Government Work Stream on RMI (Repair Maintenance and Improvement) and raised several issues on behalf of GGF Members and the wider industry.
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.
In May, the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) was first to launch comprehensive Installer and Homeowners’ Safe Guides for the industry.
New measures to help the construction industry boost building and return to work safely are set to be introduced soon, which the GGF has welcomed.
The GGF has written to the three Scottish Government departments, as well as a direct letter to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, asking for the current lockdown restrictions on home improvement companies to be eased.
In the last few weeks, the GGF has observed further examples of misinformation around the COVID-19 situation and its impact on the home improvement sector.
The GGF is now striving to provide extra support to continue helping the industry get through the Coronavirus crisis.
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.
The GGF has underlined its positions on several issues around the developing COVID-19 crisis and its impact on the glass and glazing industry, courtesy of a statement to GGF Members and the Industry, from MD John Agnew.
The inaugural annual GGF Chairpersons’ Forum took place at the London-based AluK, on 4 February, with 31 Members in attendance.