Ten things we have done for our Members in 2021

As we approach the end of 2021, it’s time to reflect on a some of the excellent work the NAS has completed for our Members – and the sector more broadly – this year. We are very proud of our achievements this year and look forward to announcing our ambitious plans for 2022 in the coming weeks.

As always, if there’s something that you feel the NAS should be focusing on, please reach out to us by email or our Contact Us form.

James Filus, NAS Director

The results were published by the NAS in white paper, which can be accessed in our Member’s Area. A limited version is available to download for anyone interested on the Pay and Reward 2021 page.

By connecting clients to Members we have created another tangible return for your subscription fee.

We gave away thousands of pounds of prizes and training as part of the campaign to raise awareness of the threat of dust and particulates.

We saved our Members over £14k, and arranged 164 training days, which were delivered to 105 delegates.

SICCS cards are discounted for NAS Members and our Apprentice Card is free to help support new entrants to the trade.

More than 50% of eligible Members took part in the process, voting two-thirds in favour of the Levy Proposals. This matched the overall industry outcome.

We have published this information on our website to highlight key roles in the sector to drive interest and help tackle labour shortages.

We had over 20k visitors to the NAS website looking for updates and information as well as looking at your business on our Members Directory.

We are putting a spotlight on the incredible spaces, immaculate finishes, innovative practices, and dedicated people in the sector.

We also expanded on our offer through innovative partnerships with Thorn Baker Construction and Brandon Hire resulting in further savings for our Members.