Between Glass Blinds will be attending the Higher Education Estates Forum and House Building Forum

March will be another busy month for Between Glass Blinds, not only will we be busy with orders for a variety of both residential and commercial projects but we’re also going to be attending this year’s Higher Education Estates and House Building Forums organised by Stable Events. Both events will be held at The Marriott Forest of Arden Hotel in Warwickshire on 22nd & 23rd March 2018.


The hee forum was specifically developed to meet the needs of those delivering to all universities and higher education facilities. The event is designed to bring together University estates and facilities professionals, architects, contractors, project managers, M&E consultants, and the most innovative suppliers delivering projects in this sector (Between Glass Blinds being one of them).

Find out how you can be part of the Higher Education Estates Forum here.


The house building forum has been specifically developed to meet the needs of those delivering all types of housing projects across the UK, in both public and private sectors. The event is designed to bring together architects, contractors, developers, local authorities, M&E consultants, registered providers, asset managers, specifiers and other senior level professionals looking to enhance their schemes and improve their supply chain.

Find out how you can be part of the Higher Education Estates Forum here.


BGB are an ideal alternative when other types of blind and curtain are not practical or achievable. They offer a truly versatile, user-friendly and discreet double-glazed integral blind system suitable for installation both internally and externally.

All BGB systems are available in a wide range of colours as well as a full range of glazing options including solar control, noise reduction and fire resistance. BGB is the ideal solution for small, medium or large scale privacy and shading needs within Education/Higher Education, Residential, Leisure Facilities, Healthcare, Commercial and office environments. They allow an open plan feel to be achieved whilst still ensuring shade and privacy are still possible when needed.