Conservation meeting at Wembley Stadium

Wednesday, January 20th , 2016


Housing Associations are often frustrated when they’re unable to persuade local conservation officers to allow improvements to their housing stock, like replacement windows.

We understand, thats why we've invited our planning associate, Michael Thornton a specialist in this field, to explain the typical issues that cause the most objections and then offer some practical advice to overcome them.

Michael has written extensively about these issues and sees the problems from both sides. Conservation officers who want everything to look identical for the rest of time, and manufacturers and installation companies who wish to change windows and improve the environment for their tennents.

His presentation will then be followed by a buffet lunch and an opportunity to view the very latest sash windows designs, that are helping break down these barriers.

Currently space is very liited but if you are intersted we expect to run more of these in the future, if this one becomes full.

Parking is available in the green Car Park right next to the stadium, and your parking ticket can be validated at reception to be free of charge.  The Private Box Number is number 3113 and located on the 3rd Floor. 

The latest version, incorporates a central mullion and does away with coupled frames altogether.

Interested in joining us, please call Jane Jay now on 01376 534112 





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