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 is urging all companies in the glass, glazing, fenestration and home improvement sectors, to follow the GGF and Government COVID Safe Guidance.
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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.
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.