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Offsite specialist Ultrapanel accepted into Home Builders Federation

by Sion Geschwindt
Offsite specialist Ultrapanel accepted into Home Builders Federation

Ultrapanel Building Technologies, manufacturer of the Ultrapanel ‘room in the roof’ system, has been accepted into the highly prestigious Home Builders Federation.

The Home Builders Federation is the representative body of the home building industry in England and Wales, with member firms accounting for some 80% of all new homes built in the region.

The Federation works hard to ensure that senior politicians and government officials are aware of housing issues and the challenges faced by its members, as well as ‘working with Government to ensure housing policies are introduced that facilitate housing supply, in a way that is workable for the industry’.

Manufactured off-site and delivered as a flat packed ‘room in the roof’ kit, Ultrapanel’s innovative and accredited modern method of construction is the most efficient way to build, the company said.

Commenting on the news, John Hough, Ultrapanel managing director, said: “We are delighted that Ultrapanel has been accepted into the Home Builders Federation.

“The HBF is highly respected, and our membership means that we are now a part of the most powerful and trusted voice for the building industry in speaking to government, politicians, and regulators.

“The work of the Home Builders Federation has become more important than ever since the pandemic began and we feel extremely proud to now be a part of this.”

Image: Ultrapanel Managing Director, John Hough

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