Green Deal High on the GGF Forum Agenda

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is holding the GGF Forum on April 20th in Birmingham promises to be the industry event of 2012.

Exclusive to GGF Members, the major topics of Green Deal, Strategy Review and key Technical Issues will be discussed with particular emphasis placed on how they will affect GGF Members’ businesses.

GGF Members will be given the opportunity to speak directly to the GGF Panel made up of Senior GGF Executives and Guest Speakers who will be presenting on the key issues.


With Green Deal set to be launched in October 2012, the GGF Forum will provide a backdrop, an outline and timeline of the Government’s flagship initiative. Green Deal could potentially have a significant impact on the entire industry and the GGF are preparing for all eventualities by listening to members views on all aspects of the proposed scheme.


Nigel Rees GGF Chief Executive states, “The potential impact of Green Deal is one of the most important issues at the forefront of many Members thoughts at the present time.  Due to the complexities and wide ranging implications of Green Deal, we expect it to be the central discussion at the GGF Forum where Members’ views and concerns will be aired and shared with our panel of guest speakers.”   


All GGF Members are most welcome to attend the GGF Forum and are encouraged to book their places. Lunch and refreshments will be provided and the GGF Marketing team has negotiated special accommodation rates for all GGF members.


If you are a GGF Member and would like to book your place or if you would like more information on the GGF Forum then please contact any of the GGF Marketing Team by




James Lee:


Sinder Dhinsey:


Lis Chapelhow:

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