The opening session of our 2021 Online Conference Series kicks off on Tuesday 5th October, 1-3pm with The Big Net Zero Debate. We are pleased to offer a number of ticket offers!
NEW! We are delighted to be joined by keynote speakers Julie James MS, Minister for Climate Change, Welsh Government and Tara Deshpande, Deputy Director for Buildings and Electrification, Clean Heat Directorate at BEIS.
Since our launch in 2007, GHA events have had a reputation for lively debates and this opening session will feature industry experts kicking off the discussion by posing the key questions facing net zero housing regarding policy, planning, development, design and building performance.
FREE ticket offers for The Big Net Zero Debate!
We’re pleased to offer some special ticket offers to GHA members and members of our partner organisations* to join The Big Net Zero Debate on 5th October, 1-3pm.
Free tickets for GHA members
If you are a member of the Good Homes Alliance, simply RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to claim this offer.
10 FREE tickets for members of partner organisations including ASBP, Passivhaus Trust and The Green Register!
We’re pleased to offer 10 FREE tickets to each of our partner organisations, saving £17.50 per ticket! To claim your free ticket, please contact email@example.com, stating the partner organisation* you are a member of. Tickets allocated on a first come, first served basis.
*Partner organisations include: AECB, Building Performance Network, Passivhaus Trust, SuperHomes, STBA, TCPA, The Green Register, The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products, UKIEG, Woodknowledge Wales.
About the GHA 2021 Conference Series
Following a sold-out Net Zero and Future Homes Conference in London in November 2019 and the Good Homes 2020 Online Conference Series: A Net Zero Recovery last year, the GHA Conference returns with sessions taking place online throughout October.
As we near the climax of another vital year for climate action and the UK’s hosting of COP26 in Glasgow in November, GHA will reflect on their Build Net Zero NOW campaign which has been exploring net zero housing and topics such as modern methods of construction, embodied carbon and green finance via a series of events throughout 2021.
Following The Big Net Zero Debate on Tuesday 5th October, at the second session on 19th October we will showcase the forward-thinking work of GHA members and wider industry in delivering net zero homes. The session, entitled Net Zero Housing Action, will include the launch of a series of new net zero housing case studies that have been developed thanks to funding from MCS Charitable Foundation. Plus, we’ll have an update from Etude on local authority net zero planning policies.
For more information and to see the full programme, visit https://goodhomes.org.uk/good-homes-2021-conference-series.
Booking via Eventbrite – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/good-homes-2021-build-net-zero-now-conference-series-tickets-166920153673.
For general enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.