We’re proud of our partnership with The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) and share many of their ideals around the protection, preservation and enhancement of heritage buildings.
SPAB was founded by William Morris in 1877, in response to the work of Victorian architects whose enthusiasm for misplaced restoration caused extensive damage to many older buildings.
Our links with SPAB began when we installed our bespoke secondary glazing into their head office at Spital Square, in a beautiful area of London.
This November we’ll be sponsoring a key event focused on the challenges climate change presents to the preservation of historic buildings
A Nature Positive Approach to Traditional Buildings will take place on the 2nd of November at The Ecology Pavilion, 125 Grove Road, Mile End, London E3 5RP.
This promises to be a packed day of talks that explores how we can take a nature-positive approach to traditional buildings. Expert speakers will be discussing flood resilience, thatch, mud-building, lime, biodiversity, wetland plant cultivation and more.
Jayne and Andy from Storm will be at the event to listen and learn, meet new people and provide information about how our unique approach to glazing helps to conserve period and historic buildings.
We’re excited about the event, and the chance to take a closer look at the Mile End Ecology Pavilion, a sustainable, green-roofed venue in London’s East End.
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