Timber

Raise awareness of timber’s sustainability benefits
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More timber must be used in construction projects to help create a net-zero carbon construction supply chain, says a recent report from the Environmental Audit Committee. TDUK’s David Hopkins explains how timber merchants and the wider supply chain can unite to make this goal a reality. A new report from...
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Make the most of our timber knowledge
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Knowledge is the most powerful weapon that any company can have at its disposal – and that’s especially true for builders’ and timber merchants. Timber Development UK’s David Hopkins reveals the latest educational resources available to timber and builders’ merchants. The merger of the Timber Trade Federation and the Timber...
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Riverside Sunderland University challenge magazine
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Timber Development UK has released the Riverside Sunderland University Challenge Magazine - looking back on the 2021 challenge, designs, webinars and successes of the students.
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Additional duties on Russian and Belarusian timber
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Today, additional duties on a number of goods originating in Russia and Belarus will come into force.
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Timber Development UK advises members to cease trading with Russia and Belarus
Timber Development UK advises members to cease trading with Russia and Belarus
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With an illegal invasion of Ukraine ongoing, Timber Development UK is advising all members to cease trade with Russia and Belarus.
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Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow
Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow
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As we enter International Women's Day on Tuesday 8 March, it is a good reminder to all in the built environment sector that we must do more to strengthen diversity.
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How the Ukraine crisis will affect timber imports
How the Ukraine crisis will affect timber imports
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What impact, if any, do this week's events have on the timber sector?
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TTF Market Statement – Jul 2021
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A joint market statement from the Confederation of Timber Industries (CTI) and Swedish Wood points to a likely easing of supply tension in the timber market as the pandemic eases.
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