Housebuilder wins Green Apple award

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LOMOND Timber Frame, part of the Lomond Group of Companies based in Glenrothes has taken a major step towards becoming a National Green Hero, by winning a major Green Apple Award in the national campaign to find Britain’s greenest companies.

Lomond Timber Frame’s Dynamic Breathing Wall system is a low energy, carbon saving, insulation system which could revolutionise the housing industry, and help meet government targets on carbon emissions.

They competed against more than 100 other nominations and will be presented with their Green Apple Award by Trevor Baylis, inventor of the wind up radio, at a glittering presentation ceremony at the University of Westminster on 20th June 2011.

Lomond Timber Frame will also be considered to represent their country in the European Business Awards for the Environment.

Stuart Rennie, managing director of Lomond Timber Frame said: “It is a wonderful achievement for our organisation, and justifiable recognition for all the hard work put in by everyone in the Lomond Group.”