WRA workshop addresses questions over RPS changes

WRA workshop addresses questions over RPS changes
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The Wood Recyclers’ Association (WRA) is holding an interactive online workshop to answer any questions people may have about the changes to regulations governing certain kinds of demolition waste wood. The Regulatory Position Statement (RPS) 250 expired on 1 September. This means ‘potentially hazardous’ waste wood is now deemed ‘hazardous’...
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A new series of TDUK Engineering Webinars
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Timber Development UK is hosting engineerTimber, an exciting series of free online engineering webinars across autumn 2023. The series will run weekly from 5 September to 17 October on Tuesdays, 13:00-14:00. Delivered by expert practicing engineers and engineering lecturers, it will introduce a breadth of subjects from the properties of...
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AGM and Members Meeting inspires attendees
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TDUK's annual AGM and Members Meeting set out to inspire, with a strong governance structure supported by members and recent activities celebrated through a whirlwind tour. The AGM and Members Meeting was an opportunity to vote on the governance of TDUK, approve formal papers, network, and hear from the team...
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CEI-Bois General Assembly hosted in London by Timber Development UK
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More than 30 leaders of European timber associations gathered in London on 14 and 15 June 2023 to discuss trends shaping the future of the industry. The annual general assembly of CEI-Bois – the European Woodworking Industry Confederation – is one of the most influential meetings in the global timber...
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Timber takes centre stage at Footprint+
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Earlier this month the Timber Development UK (TDUK) team were in sunny Brighton for the Footprint+ conference and exhibition to manage the Timber Stage. Over three days the TDUK Timber Stage hosted fourteen talks and panel discussions, featuring forty-eight leading voices in sustainable timber design and construction. With packed sessions...
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TTJ awards
Final chance to vote in UK’s TTJ timber industry awards
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Who is going to be crowned this year’s TTJ Awards’ Timber Trader of the Year 2023? Voting in this year’s TTJ Awards – the annual search for the best-performing UK timber industry companies – is now into its final two weeks and will be drawing to a close on June...
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Timber Development at FootPrint+ in Brighton
Talk timber with us at FOOTPRINT+
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We are determined to accelerate a low-carbon future using timber. This is why next week we are bringing together 48 leaders from across the timber supply chain to speak across 14 sessions at FOOTPRINT+. At our Timber Stage at FOOTPRINT+ in Brighton from 6-8 June we will be leading discussions with architects,...
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Last chance to enter the Wood Awards 2023
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Celebrating the Timeless Beauty of Wood Calling all architects, designers, craftsmen, and wood enthusiasts! There is not long until the highly anticipated Wood Awards 2023 closes its doors. It is time to celebrate the elegance, versatility, and sustainable nature of wood, as we honour the exceptional creations that have pushed...
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Wood Awards 2023 Launches Call for Entries
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The call for entries for the Wood Awards 2023 is now live! Enter your wood-centric building, furniture or product before 23 June 2023 and have your work recognised as the best in the UK.  Architects, engineers, installers, furniture makers, product designers - or anyone else with an exceptional timber project...
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COP27
Timber Development UK supports Broader Market Recognition at COP27
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At COP27 on Wednesday 16 November, TDUK presented as part of a high-level event at the Indonesian Pavilion, to support “Creating Incentives through Broader Market Recognition of National Systems”. As the private sector, TDUK advocates that good forest governance must be supported with strong market incentives, and the Broader Market...
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