Re-launched Rooflight Association Sets New Goals

THE ROOFLIGHT ASSOCIATION, formerly NARM, held its first general meeting since rebranding, setting the Association’s new goals for the coming years.  

The first session, held at Swindon’s National Self Build & Renovation Centre in September 2023, was a busy one with a detailed agenda. The Rooflight Association (RA) has now opened its membership to contractors, installers, specifiers, consultants, distributors and other businesses or individuals involved in the rooflight industry.

New Goals

Ian Weakford, Rooflight Association Chairman

Ian Weakford, Rooflight Association Chairman, said: “Our mission has always been to support best practice and to ensure growth and sustainability in our industry. Broadening our membership base will enable us to address these goals more effectively, with a unified voice that represents and supports the whole sector.

“In addition to our ongoing close involvement with influential industry working groups, legislators and standards bodies, we are now also developing new initiatives to engage with and support our new membership groups”.

Sarah Spink, LRWA CEO

Guest speaker Sarah Spink, CEO of the Liquid Roofing & Waterproofing Association, said: “We support the Rooflight Association and share a common mission to support excellence and professionalism in the roofing sector. It was a pleasure to share my experiences as a trade association CEO and to meet up with likeminded colleagues and friends.”

The Rooflight Association publishes freely available technical guidance covering all aspects of rooflighting design, specification and installation. Documents can be downloaded from the Association’s website.

If you are interested in joining the Rooflight Association, full details of membership categories are outlined, also on RA’s website.

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