Do you work for a developer, housing association or local authority housing delivery arm in South West England? If so, we invite you to a FREE to attend event to hear from those working at the cutting-edge to deliver low-energy, high quality and healthy homes.
The event takes places on Wednesday 3rd October, 13:30-17:00 at the Exeter Guildhall and is the third in a series of events taking place as part of our 2018 Vanguard Campaign. Speakers from Exeter City Council, Melius Homes and HAB Housing are confirmed for the event.
The aim of the campaign is to showcase the work of architects, developers and local authorities in the region who are designing and delivering homes to higher sustainability standards. These ‘Vanguards’ will demonstrate what is possible and how they achieved it, with the aim of inspiring others to do the same.
Many local authority housing departments and progressive developers are keen to develop housing to higher standards, as this will lead to better health and well-being for occupants, help reduce fuel poverty, and create better neighbourhoods.
So far, the campaign has reached over 100 public and private housing providers and developers via seminars in Cambridge and Leeds, and over the longer-term, case studies and common factors for success from those involved in the campaign will be disseminated to a national audience.
Programme and Presentations
13:30 Introduction and welcome from the Chair – Julian Brooks, Network and Programme Manager, Good Homes Alliance
13:40 Exeter City Council: The importance of pushing sustainability boundaries – Emma Osmundsen, Shadow Development Director, Exeter City Council
14:05 Delivering quality homes using modular, off-site constructed solutions – David Adams, Director, Melius Homes
14:30 Beyond Part L, approaching Net Zero – how far can LAs go? – Joanne Wheeler, Sustainability Consultant, UK Green Building Council
14:55 Refreshment break
15:25 West Carclaze Garden Village – John Baulch and Glayne Price, Directors, LHC Architecture + Urbanism
15:50 Integrating low energy design, well-being and landscaping at Kings Worthy – Robert Harrold, Design Manager, HAB Housing
16:15 Final discussion: What’s next for your organisation on enhanced housing standards and how can the GHA help?
Booking: This event has now passed. If you work for a local authority, housing association or developer and are interested in attending future Vanguard events, please contact Richard Broad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Wednesday 3rd October, 2018
Time: 13:30 - 17:00
Address: The Guildhall, High Street, Exeter, EX4 3EB