GHA member Bioregional join is with their expertise on how to asses the potential implications of spatial strategies for development, including spatial carbon modelling for proposed new allocations.
All local planning authorities have a legal duty to address the climate and ecological crisis and to contribute towards the UK’s legally binding net-zero target for 2050. In practice, this means taking bold steps to achieve zero emissions from new buildings and adopting policies that drive drastic and rapid emissions reductions from transport, energy and land-use.
As Local Plans set out the vision for future development in a borough, they are key to ensuring that any land-use changes, or new development that happens – from homes and offices to transport infrastructure – results in the least amount of greenhouse gas emissions possible, whilst enabling economic growth and addressing housing need.
Join the Good Homes Alliance and Bioregional to discover the spatial implications of developing Zero Carbon Local Plans: Modelling the carbon from proposed growth.
This is a follow on from the webinar: why we need Zero Carbon planning policies and what are the powers that Local Authorities have to create them.
- 12:00 Welcome from the GHA – Julian Brooks, Good Homes Alliance
- 12:05 Spatial implications of developing Zero Carbon Local Plans: Modelling the carbon from proposed growth – Ronan Leyden, Director of Consultancy, Bioregional
- 12:35 Q&A
- 13:00 Close
- Dates: Tuesday 24th January 2023
- Time: 12:00-13:00
- Location: Online (Zoom)
- Free-to-attend for GHA members
- £20 for members of GHA partner organisations*
- £30 for non-members
*Partner organisations include: AECB, Building Performance Network, Passivhaus Trust, SuperHomes, STBA, TCPA, The Green Register, The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products, UKIEG, Woodknowledge Wales.
More about the Bitesize Webinar Series
A series of bitesize webinars with industry leaders from within the GHA network, looking at the future outlook for a range of sustainability issues and low carbon solutions, including building performance, ventilation, heat pumps, overheating, airtightness and more.
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