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Focus on offsite construction, housing and sustainability for WoodFest Midlands

There will be a focus on offsite construction, housing and sustainability at WoodFest Midlands this autumn.

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Timber frame and SIPs producer SO Modular impresses BBA chief with offsite construction innovation

Offsite construction was top of the agenda when senior management from the British Board of Agrément visited SO Modular, a leading UK timber frame and SIPs producer investing heavily in its South Wales manufacturing base.

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James Latham and HI-MACS cast a positive light on mental illness with interactive sculptures

Two five-metre-tall interactive sculptures, designed by multi-award winning British designer, Steuart Padwick will be erected in King’s Cross for this year’s Designjunction event which runs from 19 to 22 September as part of London Design Festival.

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Bidwells Summer 2019 Timber Price Database shows prices stable at high level

Timber prices have remained stable at the comparatively high levels which have been experienced  since late 2017, according to the latest report from Bidwells.

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Scottish School of Forestry to celebrate Forestry: Past, Present and Future with industry showcase

The Scottish School of Forestry at Inverness College UHI will celebrate ‘Forestry: Past, Present and Future’ with an industry showcase on Saturday 7th September.

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James Donaldson and Sons invests in Automated External Defibrillators

James Donaldson and Sons (JDS) has invested in Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) for all 31 of its sites throughout the UK.

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LIGNIA adds to global team with appointment of United States sales manager

British modified timber manufacturer LIGNIA Wood Company has further expanded its global team with the addition of US sales manager Lisa Ayala.

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Timber fire doors pass stringent fire tests ordered following Grenfell Tower tragedy  

Timber fire doors have been given a major safety endorsement after passing stringent fire tests ordered by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

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Forestry Management student wins award for ‘Best Dissertation’ and gains place on Tilhill Forestry graduate programme

Cumbria University student Robert Baker is celebrating after winning an award for ‘Best Dissertation’ on his course, BSc (Hons) Forestry Management.

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Taylor Lane Timber Frame supplies bespoke timber frame for hotel extension at Llanerch Vineyard

Taylor Lane Timber Frame Ltd has supplied a bespoke timber frame for a new-build extension to a four-star hotel in the Vale of Glamorgan.

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