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Being the industry authority, the GGF promotes best practice and sets the highest technical and health & safety standards. The Federation is also the voice of the industry in local and national politics helping shape and influence policy and legislation. As well as offering an array of benefits to its members, the GGF guides and protects homeowners when buying glass or glazing products and services.
Ahead of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement the GGF has written to the Chancellor’s Office to outline the Federation’s concerns regarding the Government’s threat to cut ECO (Energy Company Obligation) and also to urge the Treasury to offer homeowners better incentives to make their homes more energy efficient.
Following the Prime Minister’s statement in Parliament last week that “We need to roll back some of the green regulations and charges that are putting up bills”, the GGF has written to the Prime Minister’s Office to outline the Federation’s concerns regarding the Government’s green initiatives.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is supporting the recent Police investigation following a complaint about the specification of some of the fire resistant glass supplied by Glassworks Ireland Ltd, a company based in Hillview Industrial Estate, Randalstown, County Antrim.
Following the recent Government statistics on Green Deal and ECO (Energy Company Obligation), the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) remains adamant that the Government has to change Green Deal in order to make it workable for the Glass and Glazing Industry.
The GGF will yet again be in attendance at the political party conferences this Autumn to raise Members concerns on; the economy and in particular the VAT on glass and glazing products, Green Deal and its slow uptake and the lack of support for funding and training for the industry.
The Glass and Glazing Federation has released its Annual Report for 2012 showing a financially stable position against the tough economic conditions in the period.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday, 27th September 2013 at London Bridge.
Following a series of concerns with fire safety glazing systems the GGF Fire Resistant Glazing Group has developed a five point code of core governing principles for all glass and glazing system products that have the stated purpose for safety in case of fire, as follows: