Survey

Last chance: have your say on CPA State of Trade Survey
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There's still time to have your say on the Construction Products Association's (CPA) State of Trade survey for Q1 2024. The deadline for comments is Monday 8 April, 2024. The CPA is asking construction companies and TDUK members to complete the survey and have their say on the state of...
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net zero
World Forest ID wants your thoughts on scientific testing
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World Forest ID is a small, US-registered non-profit established in 2021 to leverage unique geo-located plant chemistry, environmental data and cutting edge technology to enable traceable and accountable global supply chains. The organisation is asking TDUK members to complete its latest Private Sector Priority Species Survey, to help it understand...
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Have your say on CPA State of Trade Survey
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The Construction Products Association's (CPA) State of Trade survey for Q3 2023 is now open. The CPA is asking construction companies and TDUK members to complete the survey and have their say on the state of trade in your sub-sector during the July-September period of 2023. Your answers will help...
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Survey! Help us understand the impact of ‘greenwash’ on construction
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The Anti-Greenwash Charter have launched a short survey (five minutes) to find out about businesses experience with ‘greenwash’ in the construction industry. The survey aims to gather data on how greenwashing impacts the industry reputationally, commercially, and how it stands in the way of achieving valid sustainability goals. As signatories...
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Construction barriers
Mapping the barriers to using more timber in construction
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The Timber in Construction Working Group has opened a survey to better understand barriers and enablers to the use of timber systems in construction. The findings will help inform work by the government on the safe and sustainable use of timber in construction including the creation of a Timber in...
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Trading Post-Brexit
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The United Kingdom leaving the European Union is one of the most significant changes to trade for the UK since joining the European Communities in 1973.
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