Tuesday 19th November 2019 | 9:30-17:30 (registration from 8:45) | Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, London SE1
The UK Government has recently stated its ambition that all new homes should meet a Future Homes standard, aiming to halve the energy use of all new buildings by 2030, compared to the current Building Regulations requirements, which is a significant step towards meeting a net zero target.
The Good Homes Alliance believe that the Future Homes Standard is a key opportunity for Government and the house-building industry to address both energy demand and carbon dioxide emission reductions, in addition to other issues such as quality, overheating, innovation, skills, energy efficiency and occupant health & well-being.
Our 2019 conference will bring together policy makers, house-builders 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.
Reduced rates for GHA members, partner organisations and local authorities/housing associations
20% EARLY BIRD discount until 30th September 2019
‘Buy One, Get One Half Price’ offer using promo code: B1G1HP
Session 1 - The policy landscape and keynote project
Welcome from the Chair and update on latest net zero policy for new homes
The Future Homes Standard and revised Building Regulations
Design for 2030 Competition
KEYNOTE PROJECT: Bicester Garden Town - 393 zero carbon homes at Elmsbrook and Graven Hill, the UK's largest self and custom-build community
Policy panel discussion
Session 2 - Making the case for net zero
Homes of the future, now - Building for 2050 project
Approaches and strategies for zero carbon housing - Etopia Corby at Priors Hall Park and more
Net zero and healthy buildings - Indoor air quality, overheating and more
How much does it cost to meet net zero?
Adam MacTavish, Director, Currie & Brown (TBC)
Session 3 - How to deliver net zero - Case studies
Passivhaus - The route to zero carbon? | Delivering Passivhaus at scale - Goldsmith Street, Norwich
Modern methods of construction - Climate Innovation District, Leeds
Off-site construction and Energiesprong projects
Session 4 - Ensuring performance
The importance of building performance evaluation - The Building Performance Network 'State of the Nation' project
Soapbox talks: Standards and tools for quality assurance
Final session - What is needed to deliver net zero and Future Homes at scale by 2030?
AECB, ASBP, BPN, LETI, National Housing Federation, Passivhaus Trust, STBA, The Green Register, UKGBC, Woodknowledge Wales, Zero Carbon Yorkshire