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First TTF TimberWorks visit held in Wiltshire A party of 16 architects, structural engineers, specifiers, and timber industry organisations were welcomed by TTF member East Brothers to the first of a series of TTF TimberWorks events, which took place in Wiltshire on Friday 22nd March.  TimberWorks...

1 in 7 of ICF members are women and the figure is even lower in the wider sector in the UK. A female forester from Wales, who began as an apprentice, has been nominated for election to the National Council of the Institute of...

UK Softwood Conference 2019 - Meet the speakers We are excited to announce the speakers for the upcoming UK Softwood Conference 2019. This event is kindly sponsored by James Latham Plc and Wood Scanner. The conference will also be celebrating International Women's Day. BOOK YOUR...

This blog post is by TTF Managing Director David Hopkins.   Continued lack of clarity over Brexit is causing inevitable economic uncertainty and stress, but the timber sector and Timber Trade Federation is focused on business development regardless, writes TTF Managing Director David Hopkins. The defining characteristic...

The Office for Product Safety & Standards (OPSS) is the Competent Authority responsible for enforcing Timber Regulation 995/2010 in the UK. To assist businesses to comply with this legislation the OPSS will be delivering a series of regional, sector specific workshops exploring risk identification and mitigation. The...

The UK Softwood Conference 2019 is returning to the magnificent venue of 8 Northumberland Avenue, London. Taking place on Wednesday 6th March 2019, the event brings together leading suppliers, importers and traders to present and discuss the latest market news in the softwood trade in UK and Europe....

Tickets are now available for the 2019 Annual Dinner of the Timber Trade Federation   Wednesday 6th March at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London. 7 for 7.45 pm - Black Tie TTF President, Charles Hopping, very much hopes you will support this popular event again this year. Contact Karen or Denise or...

Last week, the Government announced an amendment to part B of the building regulations which has implications for timber components of buildings in and on external walls. The regulations specify that for all residential developments above 18m, all materials in or on the external wall must...