UK Timber Frame Association

Can British Forestry cope with housing targets?

 TiC talks to Confor chief executive Stuart Goodall about the future of British Forestry.

CSCS gives thumbs up to timber frame training scheme

2 November 2007

The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) has agreed to recognise the UK Timber Frame Association’s training programmes under its Construction Related Occupations route to obtaining a CSCS card.

Building a greener future with timber frame

Timber frame is enabling housing associations across the UK to meet unprecedented demand for new and sustainable homes, says Prestoplan sales director Andrew Acford.

Timbe Hit at Green Construction Show

TIMBER PROVED a great success at the Ecobuild and Futurebuild sister events held in London earlier this year.

Engineered wood guide

26 June 2007

The UK Timber Frame Association (UKTFA) has published the first Code of Practice for Engineered Wood Products (EWP) for designers, developers, architects and specifiers who are considering using EWP for residential construction in the UK.


UK Timber associations embark on joint venture

21 June 2007

The UK Timber Frame Association (UKTFA) has joined forces with Wood for Good to deliver four projects aimed at giving an additional boost to the steadily growing market share for timber frame construction in the UK. 

Timber frame fire man

30 May 2007

The UK Timber Frame Association (UKTFA) has appointed a specialist fire safety consultant to advise it on all matters relating to fire safety in timber frame construction

Building a Green Future with Timber Frame

As the government unveils its ambitious targets for sustainable housing, John Sutton, sales and marketing director of Chandos Timber Engineering, explains why offsite construction is rapidly taking over in the uk.

Timber frame develops Board

4 May 2007

The UK Timber Frame Association (UKTFA) has appointed two new members to its board.

Timber leaves other construction methods behind, says report

26 April 2007

Timber frame housing last year grew three times faster than any other method of construction a report said this week.

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