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The Council of TRADA has accepted the new Ministry of Technology offer of grant for the next five years. For 1968, 1969 and 1970 TRADA will have to raise a minimum industrial annual income of £ 100,000 to attract a grant of 55"!. of that income, up to a maximum total grant of £ 8.0.000 for the year. For 1971 and 1972, the Ministry will make an annual grant to TRADA of 50"/0 of the minimum annual income of £100,000 up to a maximum total grant of £ 80.000 for the year.

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List of Wood Information Sheetsnavigation-arrow

This document contains a fully comprehensive list of all the most up to date Wood Information Sheets (WIS) published by TRADA. Available to members for free or non-members for £12.00, these Wood Information Sheets provide technical guidance related to almost every timber topic under the sun.



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18/02/2020 |  Wood Information Sheet  

Acoustic performance in residential timber frame developmentsnavigation-arrow

The resistance to sound is not just a legal requirement; designers should take account of the expected transmission of sound between dwellings, between rooms and from outside, and design the walls and floors accordingly.

The Building Regulations require that occupants of a dwelling be 'reasonably protected' from noise...

10/04/2017 |  Wood Information Sheet  

Adhesive-bonded repair systems for structural timbernavigation-arrow

Although there is an increasing interest and application in using adhesive-bonded connections for new buildings, the main demand for this technology in the UK is for repairs to structural timbers. The original concept was aimed at repairing historic structures. However, the technology is increasingly being used for repairing modern materials...

21/04/2017 |  Wood Information Sheet