Join us at Futurebuild 2023 at London ExCeL, stand N72, to chat about sustainability, design, net zero and more!
If there is one message that is coming loud and clear from the global climate emergency, it is that we cannot go on as we are. The industry has to make changes. We must radically change how we plan, design, construct and operate our buildings and places.
Futurebuild’s exhibition brings together the entire supply chain to showcase, debate and understand the advancements in sustainable construction and the emerging technologies that will make net zero possible.
We are proud at Timber Development UK to be taking a stand! Come say hello to our friendly team. Register here for Futurebuild.
TDUK Stand (N72)
Come and meet the team at our pop-up stand at Futurebuild, 7-9 March 2023, and find out about the future of timber in the UK.
TDUK’s team will be at Futurebuild to provide one-on-one chats with anybody interested in the use of timber in construction, design, and as a tool to build a better world. Teams members from our Sustainability Director to our Head of Technical and Trade Policy will be present.
Our Chief Executive Officer David Hopkins will be present Tuesday and Wednesday for those who want to talk to him about what we have been developing as the largest supply chain body for timber in the UK.
Building for the next generation with timber – curated by TDUK
Tuesday 7 March 12:30 – 13:15, Materials Stage at Futurebuild
For centuries, the educational institutions of Britain provided fertile ground for architectural innovation. We are seeing more academic buildings incorporating sustainable features, not only to reduce the building’s environmental impact, but also to promote a healthy and productive learning environment.
The session will explore the Wood Awards 2022 Finalist Wintringham Primary Academy, by award-winning architects dRMM Studio, which prioritises the wellbeing and sustainability of the multi-use space, and Wood Awards 2022 Gold Award winners, Homerton College, Cambridge by architects Feilden Fowles.
Find out more here.
Ask an expert
We would love to answer your questions on sustainability, technical and trade, on education, or our offerings for the year.First day of Futurebuild, we will be warming up for the week sharing some of our latest publications and showing what TDUK has ready for this year.
Charlie Law, Sustainability Director
Tuesday 7 March, 11:00 to 12:00, and 14:30 to 15:30,
Nick Boulton, Head of Technical and Trade Policy
Wednesday 8 March, 11:00 to 12:00, and from 14:30 to 15:30,
Tabitha Binding, Head of Education and Engagement
Thursday 9 March, 10:30 to 11:30, and 12:30 to 13:30,
Launch of Skills Action Plan
Wednesday 8 March, 16:00-18:00, Location: TDUK Stand (N72)
Join us at 4pm for drinks and a panel discussion to launch of the Timber in Construction – Skills Action Plan.
We need a skilled workforce able to work with timber, and this action plan sets out an agreed Competency Framework – as set out between our academic partners – Edinburgh Napier Univeristy and NMITE, and the industry.
This is the first document of it’s kind for working with timber in the UK.
Free print copies of our latest publications at our stand
This includes our latest magazines, as well as;