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Why we joined The Housing Forum

The Housing Forum provides the facility for constructors, consultants and housing providers alike, to consider alternative methods of construction, procurement and innovation. We believe this is the ideal vehicle to address the need to deliver both innovative and much needed quality housing throughout the UK.

Storm Building Ltd joined in January 2016

Tobermore are committed to supplying the UK’s housing sector with market leading products and see the Housing Forum as a great cross sector body to help us spread our message. Furthermore, we are committed to being part of the thought leadership process within the housing markets and are looking to actively engage in all Housing Forum activities and help shape the future of the industry.

Tobermore joined in February 2016

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