Wednesday 7th March 2018, 15.30-16.30, Main Conference

At Good Homes Alliance our priority is to promote improved standards and quality in housing design, delivery and governance.  At Ecobuild 2018, and in response to the tragic events at Grenfell Tower, we have joined with Ecobuild steering group colleagues from The Edge to discuss and stimulate audience participation in order to make recommendations to transform current practices and improve quality.  The conference session will range from suggestions for better placemaking and inclusivity, to campaigning for true accountability through the delivery process including scrutiny of building performance outcomes and usability issues for occupants.

Speakers include Jane Duncan, Immediate Past President RIBA, Chair of RIBA Fire Safety Advisory Group; Lynne Sullivan, LSA Studio and Chair, Good Homes Alliance and Robin Nicholson, Senior Partner, Cullinan Studio, Convenor of The Edge.

Other seminars of interest

Carrot or stick? How to achieve integrated water management

Tuesday 6th March 2018, 13.30-14.45, Green & Blue Infrastructure seminar steam

Emma Davies, Senior Sustainability Officer at Cambridge City Council, will discuss the role of planning in delivering Integrated Water Management. Click here for more information.

Data Measurement: New technologies and approaches

Thursday 8th March 2018, 12.00-13.15, Building Performance seminar stream

David Adams, Technical Director at Melius Homes, will talk about improving measured performance in use and lessons learnt from an ‘energiesprong retrofit’ in the UK. Click here for more information.

Event details

Booking: Book your free ticket for Ecobuild at

Construction Quality in a post-Grenfell world

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