GOOD HOMES

2020

Conference Series

Following our sold-out Net Zero and Future Homes Conference in November 2019, the annual Good Homes Alliance Conference returns, with four topical conference sessions taking place online throughout October and November 2020.

6th October

Net zero housing policy, guidance & research

In this opening conference session we will kick off Good Homes 2020 with a recap on the net zero housing landscape, with updates on the latest policy, guidance, research and competitions.

20th October

Strategies and solutions for net zero homes

In this interactive session, we will be joined by a number of leading-edge net zero solution providers who will showcase the latest innovations in renewable energy and smart home technologies, including heat pumps, 5G district heat networks, wind power, PV, solar, home automation and battery storage.

3rd November

Climate emergency and local authority action

This event will showcase the forward-thinking work of our Vanguard Network members as they act upon their climate emergency declarations and seek to deliver net zero housing at scale.

17th November

Post-Covid 19, resilience and the green recovery

This year during the Covid 19 crisis, people have spent more time than ever in their homes. In this final session we will debate how industry can ensure a green and resilient recovery which addresses both climate change and biodiversity loss, and delivers healthy, low energy, high quality homes.

Bookings

Whole conference ticket (4 sessions)

  • GHA members – £30.00 (+ VAT)
  • Members of partner organisations* – £52.50 (+ VAT)
  • General admittance – £75 (+ VAT

Individual session ticket

  • GHA members – £10 (+ VAT)
  • Members of partner organisations* – £17.50 (+ VAT)
  • General admittance – £25 (+ VAT)

*Partner organisations include: AECB, Building Performance Network, Passivhaus Trust, STBA, TCPA, The Green Register, The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products, UKIEG, Woodknowledge Wales.

Image – Marmalade Lane, Cambridge (TOWN, Trivselhus, Mole Architects). Credit: David Butler

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