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The UKTFA stand at this year's Ecobuild

The UKTFA now has 270 members

An industry on the move

Timber industry organisations are changing and maturing to the benefit of builders, says Liz Male, communications adviser to the UKTFA

Published:  08 August, 2008

HSE inspectors will use the UKTFA's Health and Safety Code of Practice when visiting timber frame sites

Safety first

Jim Johnstone, chairman of the Health and Safety Committee at the UK Timber Frame Association, puts the spotlight on saving lives and livelihoods in 2008

Published:  23 February, 2008

Timber has the lowest carbon cost of any mainstream building material

Nothing to prove

Zero carbon is now the big issue, as Bryan Woodley, chief executive of the UK Timber Frame Association, explains

Published:  06 April, 2007

Timber frame requires 20% fewer on-site labour days than masonry construction

Timber's top 10 hits

Speed and cost are just some of the reasons why housebuilders should look to timber, says Bryan Woodley, chief executive of the UK Timber Frame Association

Published:  12 January, 2007
Keeping a cool head under fire

It was predictable the UK's anti-timber frame lobby would capitalise on the fire at the Beaufort Park development in north London in July, writes Timber Building editor Mike Jeffree.

Published:  12 December, 2006