We organise regular knowledge sharing events, seminars and workshops. All of our events are free to GHA members and we often offer reduced priced tickets for members of our partner organisations.

Design for Living: The role of design in building a million homes in the Oxford-Cambridge Arc
Partner Event

Design for Living: The role of design in building a million homes in the Oxford-Cambridge Arc

May 22-23 , 2019
The Academy of Urbanism, Milton Keynes Council and MK Gallery are collaborating to deliver a special conference to feed into the debate on the Oxford-Cambridge Arc and the implications of the National Infrastructure Commission’s recommendations to build a million homes by 2050.
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Vanguard Campaign – London
GHA Event

Vanguard Campaign – London

Thursday 20th June 2019
This afternoon seminar is the first of our 2019 Vanguard Campaign events and provides the opportunity for local authorities, housing associations, developers and the supply chain to hear from colleagues about their experiences of trying to deliver lower energy, higher quality & healthier homes, and to explore how the housing industry as a whole can move towards higher standards.
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Site visit to Spring at Stonebridge Park
GHA Event

Site visit to Spring at Stonebridge Park

Thursday 27th June, 2019
Join GHA and Cullinan Studio for a site visit to their award-winning Spring at Stonebridge Park development in Brent, northwest London.
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Launch event - Overheating risk tool & guidance
GHA Event

Launch event – Overheating risk tool & guidance

Summer 2019 (Date TBC)
A launch event to showcase a tool and guidance developed during our latest research to help planners and design teams identify and mitigate the risk of overheating in new homes at an early stage.
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GHA 2019 Conference: Delivering Net Zero and Future Homes
GHA Event

GHA 2019 Conference: Delivering Net Zero and Future Homes

Autumn 2019 (Date TBC)
Our 2019 conference will bring together policy makers, housebuilders and their supply chains to debate the key challenges, discuss how to meet the government's proposed Future Homes standard and possible net zero targets, and demonstrate how to deliver high quality, low carbon, healthy homes, which are fit for the future.
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